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  2. October 4th & 5th, 2019 Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound, Washington ROOM BOOKING AT GREAT WOLF LODGE AND WORKSHOP REGISTRATION OPEN FRIDAY AUGUST 9TH NORPAC-SANTAS.ORG NORPAC Workshop registration 2019 (1).pdf
  3. Pacific Northwest Santa's come join the Santa's of NORPAC at their 10th annual Conference, There will be informative and educational sessions along with fun and games. Something for everyone. Hope to see you there October 4th and 5th. Great Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound, Washington
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    Looking for an Alabama Santa who needs a new hat... great for those State or out of State gatherings...
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    Luxurious Canadian red wool. White snow embroidery with gold scrolling. Beautiful Old World Russian ribbon trim on band, gold cording under fur trim crown. Gold button and gold tassel, soft green satin lining.
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    Maybe on the Clan FB page? https://www.facebook.com/groups/150580594967843/
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    I was a founding member but I got dropped from the club membership here. I don't come on this site much because I never hear from anyone when I post. Is there a better place to communicate and stay in touch with clan? please let me know. Fr. Santa David
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    Mr. Hollens is one of the very BEST! I LOVE HIS Mary did you know! Very nice Doug
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    Name: Gloria Category: Music Date Added: 08/14/2019 Submitter: Drosselmeyer Gloria
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  12. Name: John Rhys-Davies Explains the Importance of the Christmas Story Category: Movies and Television Date Added: 08/14/2019 Submitter: Drosselmeyer John's recitation of the story in Luke is powerful - but his personal breakdown of the story is even more compelling John Rhys-Davies Explains the Importance of the Christmas Story
  13. John's recitation of the story in Luke is powerful - but his personal breakdown of the story is even more compelling
  14. Name: John Rhys-Davies reciting Luke 2 Category: Movies and Television Date Added: 08/14/2019 Submitter: Drosselmeyer this is probably the most powerful telling of the Christmas story I have ever heard John Rhys-Davies reciting Luke 2
  15. this is probably the most powerful telling of the Christmas story I have ever heard
  16. Name: McDonalds Carrots for Reindeer Category: Commercials Date Added: 08/14/2019 Submitter: Drosselmeyer McDonalds Carrots for Reindeer
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  19. have not ever seen this before . . . Inside Brazil's Abandoned Santa Theme Park Francesca Street, CNN - Updated 4th December 2018 (CNN) — Driving through Brazil to Rio de Janeiro, you might spot an eerie sight on the side of the road: a derelict gang of Santas, lying abandoned surrounded by palm trees and greenery. Look closely and you'll see these Father Christmas clones aren't alone. There's a sad looking sleigh and dilapidated reindeer nearby. Soon you'll spot the faded candy canes, battered slides and an eerie house. Welcome to Park Albanoel, in Itaguaí, Brazil -- an abandoned Christmas theme park. The park was the brainchild of politician Antonio Albano Reis, colloquially known as the "Santa Claus of Quintino" because he dressed as Santa each Christmas. It was going to be a series of fun, themed-lands over an expansive area -- over 30 million square meters -- but only the Santa area was completed. Following Reis' death in a road accident in 2004, Park Albanoel closed and fell into disrepair. Source: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/brazil-abandoned-santa-theme-park/index.html?fbclid=IwAR15SsonDYnooP0kYWP7vFS1CHrgKI71rYjoiCFfw6C7vpTdSFqpix9wR2o More pictures on TripAdvisor Here: https://travisors.com/inside-brazils-abandoned-santa-theme-park/
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  21. TamaleClaus

    Christmas Glow: Festival Of One Million Lights Is Coming To Pittsburgh

    One obvious thing that I would like to point out, is one million lights is not actually that many. With the Mini light nowdays, a string of 100 lights is sometimes only 22 ft long, and it takes me over 1,000 mini lights just to cover my front flower bushes, so that is actually not many, if it was the old fashion C7 or C9 sizes, then that's different. Not that many total bulbs, and with that price, so most likely it's in a small area. Just the engineer in my coming out, moving toward the logistics side, but wanted to know if someone else has similar thoughts?
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