Dec 2 2016 170 1

Dated: 12/02/2016

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       tree lighting opens center, christmass time will be a little different in stafford township this year, and it all kicks off on friday, dec 2nd, with the annual tree lighting, but there is an additional twist to this years holiday eventbecause its going to coincide with the grand openingand ribbon cuttingof the new bay avenue community center. staffords winter wonderland gets under way at 5 pm, at the new center, located 775 east bay avenue, and will feature cookie decorating, train rides, face painting, freckles the clown and other entertainment, the tree lighting will occur at 6 pm. special guests will be in attendance to help jazz up the ecent as well as cut the ribbon to the new community center. parents are encouraged to bring cameras and take lots of photosof the children having a great time. also if you plan to stop by the community center for the winter wonderland, bring along a new, unwarped toy for the p b a local 297 and stafford recreation holliday toy drive or a new winter coat for the stafford cares for kids winter coat drive.                                                    

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