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Christmas greetings time again

CRANK UP the Christmas carols, grab some eggnog and get your fingertips ready to type.

The Terrace Standard is getting set to power up its on-line Christmas Greetings section – a tradition our readers look forward to every year.

It’s your chance to send holiday greetings to Terrace Standard readers near and far through our website.

We’ll post them online at www.terracestandard.com

If you’re a reader from afar, perhaps an ex-Terrace resident who has moved away or is travelling overseas, tell us where you are, what you’re doing and how you’ll be spending the holiday season. Feel free to include any special memories you have of Terrace and don’t forget to mention friends back in Terrace you’ll be thinking of this season.

If you’re a Terrace reader, this is your chance to send out a Christmas greeting to friends who have moved away but follow the Terrace news online.

Don’t forget to include a fun digital photo of yourself or your family with your e-mail greeting.

Send us your holiday greetings by e-mail to christmasgreetings2007@terracestandard.com – make sure to put “Christmas Greetings” in the subject line.

The deadline is noon Dec. 19.

We’ll also publish as many of your Christmas greetings as we can in our Dec. 24 print edition.

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