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Column: Notable Augustans share Christmas memories



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Merry Christmas!

Politics took the day off, and the void was filled with Christmas memories from people you probably know and might love. Two near the end ar...

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  1. Well, I asked Pat last week if she wanted to go to the mall to see Santa Clause, she replied, “you go tell him what ai want. You know I like pretty things”. Come to find out the Mall Santa is there from 5:30 till 8:00 pm nightly. I don’t drive at night, so I guess it worked out ok for all. Pat has many pretty things that Santa left at her house last night!

  2. Merry Christmas Sylvia and Ernie. You have given me so many moments of reading pleasure over the years! Thank you! Ernie’s story was a treasure. The Smith’s trip to NY was hilarious. Thanks and Merry Christmas to all.

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