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Youngsters spread Christmas cheer with their voices

December 19, 2012

(Photo by Destiny Pifer of The Punxsutawney Spirit)

It was a bright sunny day as the students from the Playhouse Children's Center came out to spread some holiday cheer. The children stood in front of County Market and sang Christmas carols, as numerous customers stopped to watch and listen to their angelic voices last week. This was a special event that the Center performed alongside the Salvation Army’s bell ringer to help raise more money for the Salvation Army during the holiday season. Pictured are (front, from left): Colin Slater, Hamza Alzuhaili, Emma Kendrick, Parker Pifer, Ella White, McKayla Laird, Rowan Gantz, Nicolai Brittan; (back) teacher Stacy Houser, Abdullah Hassan, Brehanna Satterlee, Zander Quick, Katie Shaffer, David Defoor, Jacob Freeman, Aliva Cochran, teacher's assistant Tammy Douthit.

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