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Our oldest daughter is “THE” teacher at the East Malt Hutterite Colony. We were invited to the colony before Christmas when we were picking up Heather to bring her home for the Christmas vacation.  We enjoyed a great Christmas performance by the kids, and met several Colony members.  We were treated like royalty and made some new friends.  Our children definitely want to go back and see their friends again.  Here are a couple of pictures.  Click one to see larger views.

– John

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Click the picture to see photos from our Christmas program along with all of our Christmas pics.

Click the picture to see photos from our Christmas program along with all of our Christmas pics.

Last Sunday, Neighborhood Assembly of God had it’s Christmas Program. All of the children were delightful.  There was a lot of music and worship.  The service ended with the “Praise Team” singing a very humorous but thoughtful song with the aide of hand puppets.  Ha!

Neighborhood Assembly of God Praise Team assisted by Hand Puppets

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Click the picture to see the Clancy School Christmas Program and our other Christmas Photos.

Last night we went to Clancy School to watch the school’s Christmas program. All of the classes did a great job.  Desire’ was in a “Young Women’s Choir”, Ana sang with her class and also played the clarinet in the band.  Alia also sang with her class.  Carol helped the kindergarten class sing their songs.  They were so cute.

The program ended with a couple of  “All School” songs commemorating the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  It was a GRAND finale!

After the program, the children were met with a larger than life Father Christmas.  Wow!  Be sure to see the photo of him!

See some somewhat fuzzy pictures, along with the rest of our 2008 Christmas photos HERE.

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J.J.'s Kindergarten Class J.J.'s Kindergarten Class J.J.'s Kindergarten Class J.J.'s Kindergarten Class

Tonight, we all took a trip over to J.J.’s kindergarten school and watched his class perform.  They were all darlings and did a great job.  They sang five songs and took a whole ten minutes for the entire performance.  We can only guess how many hours their teachers practiced with the children to get that whole ten minutes of a program.  We appreciate them, and their patience when teaching our little wiggle worms.  Click a picture to see larger views.

John

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