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Terrace area Christmas events continue

Trista Cooley, Hailey Moore and Alyson Guno formed the official welcoming committee Dec. 16 at Suwilaawks Community School as Christmas events continued with a kindergarten concert and visit by Santa. - STAFF PHOTO
Trista Cooley, Hailey Moore and Alyson Guno formed the official welcoming committee Dec. 16 at Suwilaawks Community School as Christmas events continued with a kindergarten concert and visit by Santa.
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It's four day and counting until the Christmas break at Terrace and area schools with students and teachers heavily involved in holiday activities.

Yesterday kindergarten and Grade 1 students at the Suwilaawks Community School staged concerts and Santa paid a visit as well.

Parents and others coming to watch were greeted by young students at the door and offered coffee and Christmas baking treats.

There's more Christmas activities today at Thornhill Primary while tonight and tomorrow night, Uplands Elementary students entertain at the REM Lee Theatre.

Elsewhere in Terrace, volunteers continue to be posted with Salvation Army kettles at various locations.

 

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