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The Abington Journal, Week of Dec. 18, 2013
Date: 12/19/2013 Album ID: 1745227
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal From left: Olivia Piasecki, 7, and Maeve Piasecki, 5, hang candy canes on the tree at Fenton Insurance Agency during the business' grand opening celebration Dec. 12.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal From left: Jason Turner and Jason Zeidman provide musical entertainment at Fenton Insurance Agency during the business' grand opening celebration Dec. 12.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Julius Asencio acts as a shepherd boy in Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13, which, as well as a live cast, included a stable full of live sheep, llamas (shown, foreground) a cow and more.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal The Magi enter the scene in Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal A choir sings of Jesus' birth during Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Julio and Amy Asencio act as Joseph and Mary in Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13, which, as well as a live cast, included a stable full of live sheep, llamas goats and a cow.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Acting as a shepherds in Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13, from left: Julius Asencio, Natalie Treat and Hahhah White.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Brian Dietrick acts as a shepherd in Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13, which, as well as a live cast, included a stable full of live sheep, llamas (shown, foreground) a cow and more.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Audience members watch Clarks Green Assembly of God's 16th Annual Living Nativity Dec. 13, which, as well as a live cast, included a stable full of live sheep, llamas a cow (shown) and more.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Vendors and organizors at the Dec. 13 Clarks Summit Downtown-Go-Around, from left, back row: Janine Port, a vendor, holding her grandson Jose Cardoza; Bev Kreinitsky, a vendor; Santa Claus; Linda Nealon, who completed the borough building decorations for the event; Jennifer Brown and Susan Ellsworth, both vendors. Front row: Tommy, Jade and Raven Snyder, all bake sale helpers.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Rita Graham, of Capra Collina Winery, Jessup, displays wine at a table in the borough building during the Dec. 13 Clarks Summit Downtown-Go-Around.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Jose Cardoza, 14 months, son of Courtney Port and grandson of Janine Port, sits on Santa's lap in the borough building during the Dec. 13 Clarks Summit Downtown-Go-Around.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal The Clarks Summit Borough Building was a sea of red bows, white lights, candles, Christmas trees and other seasonal decorations during the Dec. 13 Clarks Summit Downtown-Go-Around, thanks to Linda Nealon, who worked to bring the winter wonderland to life.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal A crew works to repair a water main on South State Street Dec. 17.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal A crew works to repair a water main on South State Street Dec. 17.
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Tony Bolthouse, of Clarks Summit, collects for the Salvation Army outside of
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Scranton Prep's Bridget Walsh shoots a foul shot in the Classics 63-11 win over Tunkhannock Dec. 12.
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Tunkhannock's Ashley Knott defends Scranton Prep's Emily Pritchyk during the Classics 63-11 win over the Tigers Dec. 12.
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