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Published: Wednesday, 12/17/2008

SANTA, TRAINS, TREES MARK HOLIDAYS AT SUMMERFIELD-PETERSBURG LIBRARY

Brandon Thompson, 4, of Petersburg, tells Santa Claus, played by Terry Raymond of Petersburg, what he wants for Christmas.


Slug: NBRN library18p               Date12/14/2008           The Blade/Amy E. Voigt       Location: Petersburg, Michigan  CAPTION:  Evan Manley, from Maumee, looks over a train set from Boo-Coo Trains during a host of activites for Christmas at the Petersburg Library including visits with Santa Claus and tours of decorated homes and businesses. Slug: NBRN library18p Date12/14/2008 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Location: Petersburg, Michigan CAPTION: Evan Manley, from Maumee, looks over a train set from Boo-Coo Trains during a host of activites for Christmas at the Petersburg Library including visits with Santa Claus and tours of decorated homes and businesses.
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Evan Manley of Maumee admires a model railroad set.


Slug: NBRN library18p               Date12/14/2008           The Blade/Amy E. Voigt       Location: Petersburg, Michigan  CAPTION:  Linda Diesing marvels at a Christmas tree decorated with historical pictures during a host of activites for Christmas at the Petersburg Library including visits with Santa Claus and tours of decorated homes and businesses. Slug: NBRN library18p Date12/14/2008 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Location: Petersburg, Michigan CAPTION: Linda Diesing marvels at a Christmas tree decorated with historical pictures during a host of activites for Christmas at the Petersburg Library including visits with Santa Claus and tours of decorated homes and businesses.
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At the Christmas Home Tour and Holiday Celebration at the Summerfield-Petersburg Branch Library, Linda Diesing of Petersburg looks at a Christmas tree decorated with locally historical photos. The library, on Center Street in Petersburg, was the site of several holiday activities that included an arts and crafts table, a chili dinner, and tours of local homes.




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