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Holidays in North Irwin

| Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, 9:01 p.m.
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
Santa gets a big hug from Aubree Paul, 3, of North Huntingdon. North Irwin officially kicked off the Christmas season with the annual Light Up Night celebration, and the arrival of Santa on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Festivities at the North Irwin Volunteer Fire Department included games, crafts, cookies and hot chocolate and of course, Santa. Lillian DeDomenic | for The Norwin Star
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
August Kemerer, 2, makes sure he hasn't forgotten anything from his Christmas list. North Irwin officially kicked off the Christmas season with its annual Light Up Night, which also marked the arrival of Santa Claus on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Festivities at the North Irwin Volunteer Fire Department included games, crafts, cookies and hot chocolate and of course, Santa. Lillian DeDomenic | for The Norwin Star
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
Hannah Schade, 9, of North Irwin concentrates on making her Christmas craft on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. North Irwin officially kicked off the Christmas season with the borough's annual Light Up Night, which also marked the arrival of Santa. Festivities at the North Irwin Volunteer Fire Department included games, crafts, cookies and hot chocolate and of course, Santa. Lillian DeDomenic | for The Norwin Star
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
Crafting a Christmas tree, is Zachary Reed, 5. North Irwin officially kicked off the Christmas season with its annual Light Up Night celebration, which also marked the arrival of Santa on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Festiviites at the North Irwin Volunteer Fire Department included games, crafts, cookies and hot chocolate and of course, Santa. Lillian DeDomenic | for The Norwin Star
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
North Irwin officially kicked off the Christmas season at its Light Up Night festivities, which also marked the arrival of Santa Claus on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Festivities at the North Irwin Volunteer Fire Department included games, crafts, cookies and hot chocolate and of course, Santa. Lillian DeDomenic | for The Norwin Star
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