Posted: Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Hi, neighbors.

If your house is like our house, it's full of activity and endeavors at keeping secrets.

Yes, we're in the mode of doing those traditional special things in preparation for the special birthday that is celebrated world wide.

Every part of the world has its own traditions and ways of remembering the birth of the Savior of the world.

The preparations we make in order to make it a happy festive time are not nearly as important as those preparations we make in our hearts to truly exalt and worship Christ the Lord.

The 13th Ninilchik Community potluck, sing-along, Christmas music and play, "The Coal Camp Madonna," will be held at Carol Bock Hall at Ninilchik Fairgrounds at 5:45 p.m. Sunday.

Everyone is welcome. The play is produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Co.

For more information, call Delores Lindeman at 567-3424.

If you took part in the Kenai Peninsula Reading Carnival last year, you undoubtedly will be looking forward to the one coming up Jan. 29.

It is being sponsored and hosted by the Kenai Peninsula Reading Council.

At this busy time of sending and receiving mail, our local postal clerks manage to maintain a cheerful, helpful attitude.

It is always pleasant to do business at our local post office, and we recognize their dedication to their job.

Thank you, Bob Welch, Christy Drake and Kathy Bundy.

The home-school students are looking forward to sharing Christmas and its message in song and scripture with the seniors at the Ninilchik Senior Citizens Center.

Marlene Blough can be reached by phone at 567-3394 or by email at

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