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Brian Genge of Flowers Cove gets into the Christmas spirit by helping neighbor Calvin Whalen prepare for the festive season. An arch garnished with boughs and lights and adorned with a star, will make a welcome sight in the season of family and goodwill.
Showing some Hollywood flair on the stage during the lip sync demonstration at a Strait of Belle Isle Christmas party were: (l-r) – Rockey Genge, Jarvis Genge and Stephen Genge.
Hubert and Laura Chambers of Barr’d Harbour put the finishing touches on their Christmas decorations as they place this wreath on their front door.
There were mummers, singers and wise men amongst the variety of characters that performed at the annual Christmas concert at St. Genevieve Elementary School last week. The gymnasium was packed with appreciative parents and relatives. The concert, which featured both the humorous and serious sides of Christmas involved children from Kindergarten to Grade six.
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