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Photos on December 22, 2008

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<p>Special to The Vindicator</p> <p>CONGRATULATIONS: After they received a prestigious Commodore John Barry Medal at a meeting of the Sean MacBride Dividion, Ancient Order of Hibernians, from left, Jay Bice and Jerry Donohoe, congratulate each other.</p>

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Janet Trivelli and Michael O'Neil

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Meredith Lauther gets a hug from her cousin, Lexi Tonty, both 4 year old residents of Sharpsville, while viewing the displays at Kraynaks in Hermitage, PA. "This is where we come after pre-school," says Lauther's grandma, Linda Hazi, "we've been here at least ten times this year."

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Gina Malito of Howland poses with Karen O'Connor, a U.S. Olympian in equestrian events. Malito is holding the trophy that will bear her name and the name of the pony she rode while winning first place in her division of events sponsored by the United States Eventing Association. Malito and her pony won two national awards for their performances in 2008.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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YSU's Kelsey Garganus tries to get around Jolene Tamboue of Akron during Saturday game.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Phantoms Stefan Salituro moves the puck past Kevin Gibson of the Rangers during 12/20/2008 game.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Abigail Sharf, third grader at Akiva Academy, lights the Menora - Each night during Chanukah Jews light candles in a special candelabra called a Menorah (Hebrew: Hanukiyah). The center candle, called the Shamash, is always the first candle placed in the Menorah and the first candle to be lit each night. The remaining candles are placed and lit in a specific order depending on the night of the celebration.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Dylan King and Abigail Sharf third graders at Akiva Academy light the Menora - Each night during Chanukah Jews light candles in a special candelabra called a Menorah (Hebrew: Hanukiyah). The center candle, called the Shamash, is always the first candle placed in the Menorah and the first candle to be lit each night. The remaining candles are placed and lit in a specific order depending on the night of the celebration.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Alexander Smith - third grader at Akiva - finishes putting glitter on his chanuka plate he made in glass

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Latia Ballard, of Austintown, helps Tierni Ballard, age 4, ice skate for the first time during Holiday Ice Skating at Chevy Centre.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Mary Ellen Boomhower pushes her grandaughter, Hannah Zagotti (age 1) through Kranyak's Christmas display in Hermitage. "I brought my kids here when they were little," says Boomhower, "Its a real treat to bring the little-er ones." "This is my gift to see all this," says Boomhower who was blind for eleven years before a surgery 19 years ago brought her eyesight back, "it surely is." Diabetes once robbed the grandmother of her sight and the illness continues to threaten her as she waits for a kidney transplant.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Claire Toth, 7 1/2 of Pulaski, PA tries on the glass slipper with a little help from The Prince "Matt Stevens" during the Cinderella brunch held at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Youngstown on Saturday.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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Tirtra Kohan, third grade teacher at Akiva Academy in Liberty, watches as her student play the dreidel - it is one of the best known symbols of Chanukah. A four-sided top with a Hebrew letter on each side, the dreidel is used to play a fun Chanukah game of chance.

Added: Mon, December 22, 2008

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