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December 20, 2012

Photo Features: December 20, 2012

Select photos from the December 20, 2012 edition of Carriage Towne News.

It's Like This, Santa

Young Connor Schuler, 6, looked ahead to Christmas Eve and the possible gifts on his list following a very serious chat with Santa Claus. The Hampstead Mothers' Club hosted its annual Pancake Breakfast at Hampstead Middle School, which included face painting, making holiday crafts, and, of course, a visit by the jolly gent himself. Connor is the son of Kim and Rob Schuler. Mothers' Club Pancake Mixers include from left, Gloria Buendia, Leah Doherty, Jennifer Coppola, Stephanie Burrows, and Kathy Cipriano. A very Merry Christmas to all. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Going Green in Atkinson

The Atkinson Garden Club members hosted their annual Greens Sale at the Atkinson Community Center on Main Street. The season will be much brighter for Jim and Carol McNeilly of Hampstead, pictured above, as they display their very special holiday wreath. The pair just moved across the line from Massachusetts. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Santa's Little Helpers

Without elves, both large and small, where would Santa be? Christmas is almost here as is the toy distribution for children. Don't worry about weather kids, St. Nick will always find a way. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Jubilation at Christmas

Downtown Exeter was all decked out with its finest greenery, holiday lights and Christmas spirit as the town came together for its annual celebration. Above, Helen and Nathan Hazen of Greenland, enjoy a tasty treat after viewing the decorated Christmas trees and artist exhibit at the former Exeter Town Hall. Helen is a professional artist displaying her work at the Seacoast Artist Association. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Exeter's Gala Celebration

The 5th annual Chamber Children's Fund Gingerbread House presentation was held at Exeter Congregational Church, located on Front Street. The fund has been set to provide warm clothing for local kids in need. Visitors enjoying the event are Mia Harrison, 4, and mom Stephanie Harrison of Exeter. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Holy Holidays, It's Snowing

It was only a dusting of snowflakes as Shana Dobson, 4, headed for a visit with Santa, wearing her very favorite hat. She and dad Eric Dobson attended the annual Christmas Breakfast with Saint Nick, hosted by the Hampstead Mothers' Club. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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