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Photo gallery: Looking for holiday magic

| Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, 6:31 p.m.
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Haiden Zaffuto, 4, of Plum at the Santa Shop at the East Suburban YMCA on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. The Santa Shop was part of the 8th Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show. Aaron Loughner | For The Plum Advance Leader
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Carol Silvio checks out the popcorn shirts at the A&B Fashions booth with Becky Krynock at the East Suburban YMCA on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012, as part of the 8th Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show. Aaron Loughner | For The Plum Advance Leader
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Sydney and Taylor Gill, 3-year-old twins from Plum, take time out for a hot dog at the 8th Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show at the East Suburban YMCA on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. Aaron Loughner | For The Plum Advance Leader
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Donald Stefanovich, 4, was a bit bashful while entertaining with the YMCA Little Learners Child Care group. The entertainment was part of the 8th Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show at the East Surburban YMCA on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. Aaron Loughner | For The Plum Advance Leader
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Mackenzie Ruffins, 3, gets into the music at the 8th Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show. Mackenzie performed with the YMCA Little Learners Child Care students at the East Suburban YMCA last Saturday. Aaron Loughner | For The Plum Advance Leader

The Santa Shop was part of the Eighth Annual Ladies' Day Craft and Vendor Show at the East Suburban YMCA on Saturday, November, 24, 2012.

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