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Gallery: Delmont's Holiday Jingle Night

| Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, 1:10 p.m.
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Lauren Gray shares her Christmas wish list with Santa at Delmont's Holiday Jingle Night and annual tree lighting last Friday night. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Hannah Visnick (8) and her sister Emma (5) anxiously wait while balloon artist Melissa Tillman creates their pink unicorn balloon sculpture during Delmont's Holiday Jingle Night. . Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Josh Vinton (2 1/2) and his dad Steve Vinton of Murrysville, wait patiently for the arrival of Santa at Delmont's Holiday Jingle Night last Friday night. Aaron Loughner | For the Murrysville Star
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Miles Kedley and his mom, Gretel Kedley of Delmont enjoy a cookie at the Delmont Library, one of Santas stops on Friday night. Part of the festivities included the annual tree lighting, Santas arrival, entertainment by Cliff Jobe and his band, bagpiper Paul Thompson and of course, Santas favorite, cookies and hot chocolate. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Santa arrives in his horse drawn sleigh last Friday night for Delmont's Holiday Jingle Night and annual Tree Lighting .. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Volunteer Jill Hertel makes hot chocolate to warm the visitors to the Delmont Library, one of Santas stops on Friday night. Part of the festivities included the annual tree lighting, Santas arrival, entertainment by Cliff Jobe and his band, bagpiper Paul Thompson and of course, Santas favorite, cookies and hot chocolate. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Lauren Gray ( 4) gets a Merry Christmas snuggle from 'Candy' the horse leading Santa's Sleigh. Chief Elf Clyde is on hand to make the intorduction. Santa arrived at the Delmont annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Sesson kickoff last Friday night. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Santa greets all the good little girls and boys that came out to the annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Season kickoff in Delmont last Friday night. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star
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Santa greets all the good little girls and boys that came out to the annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Season kickoff in Delmont last Friday night. Aaron Loughner | For The Murrysville Star

Delmont celebrated its annual kick-off to the Christmas season with Holiday Jingle Night on Nov. 23. Santa stopped by to spread holiday cheer and visit with local children, who worked on crafts and enjoyed cookies at the Delmont Public Library.

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