• Winter Wonderland Hosts A Visit From Santa

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    Winter Wonderland Hosts A Visit From Santa
    By Echo Menges

    Santa arrived by fire truck to the Winter Wonderland light display on Broadway Street in Edina Friday evening, December 10, 2010 and was greeted by dozens of local children who were eagerly awaiting his arrival. A place for him to sit and visit with the kids was set up inside the massive light display along with a tall outdoor heater and a crackling fireplace to warm attendees.
    Hot chocolate was served by one of the event’s organizers, Roger Waibel, at the entrance to the walk-through light display.
    The weather cooperated nicely. There was a chill in the air, but the temperature didn’t get nearly as cold as it did the following day.
    Organizers Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarty, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Waibel, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hayes hope to continue decorating the lot on Broadway for their neighbors and families to enjoy. Waibel is already thinking about next year’s display and said he has several ideas.

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  • Winter Wonderland Hosts A Visit From Santa

    Winter Wonderland Hosts A Visit From Santa0

    Winter Wonderland Hosts A Visit From Santa
    By Echo Menges

    Santa arrived by fire truck to the Winter Wonderland light display on Broadway Street in Edina Friday evening, December 10, 2010 and was greeted by dozens of local children who were eagerly awaiting his arrival. A place for him to sit and visit with the kids was set up inside the massive light display along with a tall outdoor heater and a crackling fireplace to warm attendees.
    Hot chocolate was served by one of the event’s organizers, Roger Waibel, at the entrance to the walk-through light display.
    The weather cooperated nicely. There was a chill in the air, but the temperature didn’t get nearly as cold as it did the following day.
    Organizers Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarty, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Waibel, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hayes hope to continue decorating the lot on Broadway for their neighbors and families to enjoy. Waibel is already thinking about next year’s display and said he has several ideas.

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  • Indians Fall To Canton 56-380

    Indians Fall To Canton 56-38

    The Canton Tigers raced to an early lead over the Clark County Indians Friday night, and never gave up that lead. After trailing 7-0 midway through the first quarter, Ryan Whiston broke the ice and Clark County trailed 15-8 after one quarter.
    The Tigers slowed the game down in the second, and took a 25-13 lead into the break.
    The Indians improved in the third quarter, cutting the Tiger lead to only four points 33-29 late in the quarter, but the Indians couldn’t close the deal, and fell behind 39-29 after three quarters. Canton dominated the final quarter, as the Indians fell in their home opener 56-38.
    Justin Alderton lead the Indians with 15 points. Ryan Whiston and Luke Ross had six each, and Tommy Dever had five points. Jeremy Logsdon, Kyle Kovar and Chase Bevans had two points each.

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