2014 Christmas Party

The annual 2014 party, held on December 8th at the Canton Community Hall, was well attended with everyone eagerly awaiting the appearance of Santa Clause. His arrival was greatly anticipated by all of the big kids who were guessing as to what his mode of transportation would be this year. The night ended sooner than in the past due to the lack of a tractor draw and the formalities that go with it.

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