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Chester Holds Annual Holiday Night

Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street on Dec. 1. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and a food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season.

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Kim Grretta sings alomg wth her daughter Siorcha Gretta-King , 6 at the tree lighting. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Sales associate, Katie Hair adjusts the displays in the Dina Varano Gallery. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Paul Indorf sings along with the United Church of Chester Choir as the group visits the Perfecr Pear. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. St. Lucia girls, Laura Gessner,10 Melody Saunders, 11 and Hannah Gesner, 11 with their cookies. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Boy Scout Aiden Stone, 11 of troop 13 helps light the lumninary candles. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Leading the carol sing is Chester Elementary teacher, Meg Gister. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Matlida is all prepared for the holidays. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. A group of friends dance around as they enjoy the festivities. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Anastasia Kehagias, 7 sings along with the carol sing with a little light from her father Peter Kehagias. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester Elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by ht St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hzaen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Chris, Sharon and Layla Pallatto, 7 look for Layla's ornament on the tree. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester Elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester Elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester Elementary students was lit for the season. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Chester held its annual Holiday Night along Main Street Friday December 1st. The event included carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by the St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts, music, art openings, and food tasting. A tree donated by Camp Hazen and decorated by Chester elementary students was lit for the season. Sara Holmes window shops at the Dina Varano Gallery. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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