Christmastime


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In the winter of 1891, Salvation Army Captain Joe McFee put a crab pot on the San Francisco docks and asked citizens to "keep the pot boiling" by making donations so he could feed the needy at Christmastime.
Her tamales, chicken and sweets at Christmastime were her specialties.
At Christmastime, they go caroling to sick congregants.
You'll find them in Iceland, where Christmastime is more than magical.
The intent of Christmastime isn't merely to say something nice, as your secular writer implies; it's the celebration of the man himself.
org, a Las Vegas-based non-profit children's charity organization, to promote the charity auction of the authentic Santa Claus suit work by Academy Award winning actor Edmund Gwenn in the Christmastime classic movie, Miracle on 34th Street.
Richard Campbell logged a half-century of real trees at Christmastime before he gladly went plastic.
amp;uot;As a child, I was a lot like Arthur, wanting everything to be perfect at Christmastime.
While running from the cops, inept robber Harry blunders into a New York movie audition and unexpectedly wins himself a Christmastime trip to the coast.
A Rare Affair" will feature selections from the extremely popular Eloise collection by Kay Thompson, including Eloise and Eloise at Christmastime, as well as Pop-Up Tim Tyler in the Jungle by Lyman Young and Baby's Record by Maud Humphrey.
The annual drive-through living Nativity presentation at Christmastime has been the most visible of CCCF's outreach programs.
To date Cambridge SoundWorks has raised over $75,000 in toys and cash for the United States Marines program which provides toys to needy children throughout the nation at Christmastime.
At Christmastime, the United Church of Christ hoped to air a commercial promoting its policy of welcoming all worshippers, including gay couples.
The book was followed by Eloise in Paris, Eloise at Christmastime and Eloise in Moscow.
Some recipients manage to make it through the year without aid but, come Christmastime, put their pride aside so they can provide gifts for their children, Howell said.