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Parrottsville holds Christmas in the Park

(c)2013 NPT PHOTO BY NELSON MORAIS
Gerald Crusenberry, left, argued with "Scrooge" (Fred Beaver) that he needed to stop
being so negative about Christmas, at "Christmas in the Park" in Parrottsville on Saturday,
Dec. 14. Scrooge's reply? "Bah, humbug!" he said.
Published: 8:36 AM, 12/19/2013
 

Author: Nelson Morais
Source: The Newport Plain Talk

PARROTTSVILLE-Kids of all ages had plenty to entertain themselves with at the second annual Christmas in the Park in Parrottsville, held Saturday, Dec. 14.There was something for everyone: a manger scene presented by members of St. Tide Baptist Church, sourpuss Mr. Scrooge (Fred Beaver) saying "Bah, humbug!" to the amusement of adults, Frosty the Snowman serving his own "snowman soup,", a Santa's workshop where kids could make their own toys for free, a Santa's gift shop where only kids could purchase Christmas gifts for their parents or other family members for only 25 cents each, and, of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus. For more details, please see the Thursday edition of the Newport Plain Talk.

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