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[ This time again ] Happy Holiday Season Greetings my Friends : Happy FLICKR [ LICIOUS ] times ahead! :)

[ This time again ] Happy Holiday Season Greetings my Friends : Happy FLICKR [ LICIOUS ] times ahead! 🙂
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Christmas and holiday season, a season to remember:

The Christmas season, the holiday season, or simply the holidays is an annual festive period that surrounds the Christmas holiday and other holidays. It is sometimes synonymous with the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere, and is usually said to occur between late November and early January. It has been found to have a proportionate effect on health, compared to the rest of the year.[citation needed] Its reference and naming by schools and governments has been the subject of controversy in the United States. It incorporates a period of shopping which comprises a peak season for the retail sector (the "Christmas shopping season"), and a period of sales at the end of the season (the "January sales").

The exact definition, name, and celebratory method of the period varies from culture to culture. The Vatican and Roman Catholic adherents celebrate Christmas beginning with Advent between November 27 and December 3 and ending after the Epiphany on January 6. Eastern Orthodox churches observe the Nativity Fast from September 1 through December 24 and the holiday season lasts through January 7th. In medieval pagan cultures, the season began after All Hallow’s Eve and lasted through the Twelfth Night. According to Yanovski et al., in the United States the season "is generally considered to begin with Thanksgiving and end after New Year’s Day". According to Axelrad, the season in the United States encompasses at least Christmas and New Year’s Day, and also includes Saint Nicholas Day. The U.S. Fire Administration defines the "Winter Holiday Season" as the period from December 1 to January 7. According to Chen et al., in China the Christmas and holiday season "is generally considered to begin with the winter solstice and end after the Lantern Festival". Some stores and shopping malls advertise their Christmas merchandise beginning after Halloween or even in late October, alongside Halloween items. In the United Kingdom, Christmas food generally appears on supermarket shelves as early as September.

The precise definition of feasts and festival days that are encompassed by the Christmas and holiday season has become controversial over recent decades. Traditionally, the only holidays included in the "season" were Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day (in some countries), New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and Epiphany. In recent times, this definition has begun to expand to include Yule, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Thanksgiving and Black Friday.[10] Due to the phenomenon of Christmas creep and the informal inclusion of American Thanksgiving, the Christmas and holiday season has begun to extend earlier into the year and may even include Halloween.

What more to know about the Holiday Season? Please consult:

Band Aid – Do They Know its Christmas 1984 for peace and understanding plus a long-lasting legacy of human rights and that this season is the season to remember for the right reasons!

Nobody is helped when one world celebrates while the other hurts!

This alone makes the Season, the Season for all the right reasons!

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Everett churches keep holiday tradition

Everett churches keep holiday tradition
EVERETT — Everett’s Thanksgiving Celebration is becoming an annual tradition. Members of different congregations plan to meet, for the third year in a row, the day before Thanksgiving at Snohomish County Flag Plaza to share prayers and music.
Read more on Everett Herald

Special Events Offered by Church Choir
Divine Mercy Parish (formerly Holy Family), Carteret, will be offering Solemn Sung Vespers and Benediction in celebration of Christ the King at 7 pm on Nov. 21 in the church on Emerson St. All are most welcome.

Holiday Vendor & Craft Expo

Holiday Vendor & Craft Expo

Vendor & Crafter Expo

Don’t miss this opportunity to find your favorite vendors
(Pampered Chef, Partylite, Silpada Designs, Mary Kay, Avon, Premier – to name just a few!)
some of Pittsburgh most talented crafters and artists
(glass designs, knit and crochet items, homemade soaps & lotions, purses – to name a few!)
Home Baked Goods

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Treat yourself ~ Find a Unique Gift ~ Shop for the Holidays

November 13
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Christ Episcopal Church
5910 Babcock Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

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A Portion of the proceeds collected and all on-sight donations will be going to
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Christmas Carols Expert Releases 22 Amazing Videos About Little-Known Stories Behind Holiday Classics

Cape May, NJ (PRWEB) December 17, 2009

In the culmination of a 4,000 mile journey taking over a year, Ron Clancy is introducing twenty-two videos that trace the history of some of the most popular American Christmas carols on his website

The videos, available on his website, provide compelling, little-known personal stories behind the music and act as a partner for Clancy’s American Christmas Classics boxed set-collection spanning 200 years of American Christmas music. The stories, mostly about traditional gems found in the collection, are also about a few carols from his first title Best-Loved Christmas Carols and his fourth book/CD collection Sacred Christmas Music. The music collection, one of the largest and mostly highly copyright protected ever assembled for public sale, represents both secular and religious favorites written in America.

Ron Clancy’s life long dream to create the classics collections combining historical perspective, fascinating stories, period art, song lyrics, and music CDs is a reality and is further augmented by the production of the videos. John Grossmann’s feature article, titled “The Carol King,” details the saga

of Clancy’s ambitious venture and is now available for print on

The author’s travels started in Savannah, GA, and the “Jingle Bells” Church where the song’s composer, who fought for the Confederacy while his brother fought on the Union side in the Civil War, was music director. Clancy then visited St. Helena, SC, once a port of call for the slave trade, where the spiritual “Mary Had a Baby” may have originated.

The journey continued through North Carolina, Michigan, Boston, New York, and ended in Philadelphia where, amongst other stops, he went to Independence Hall and the Holy Trinity Church on Rittenhouse Square, to shed light on one of our most endearing carols, “O Little Town of Bethlehem.” Its author, Rev. Phillips Brooks, one of country’s most prominent preachers at the time, was grief-stricken over the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865 and the horrors of the Civil War so, for solace, he went to the Holy Land. As he witnessed a Christmas Eve service there, the Rev. Brooks was inspired to compose his carol poem.

American Christmas Classics special boxed set and 3 CDs is not available in stores but can be ordered from the website for .95 – half off the suggested retail price. There is no better way to celebrate the Christmas holiday than with hours of the most popular Christmas music in the country and a better understanding of how that music was written.

William E. Studwell, a foremost authority on Christmas carols, once wrote: “Clancy’s exceptional publications are probably better than anything I may have produced. I can take vicarious joy in having even a slight connection with these masterpieces of holiday literature. They are the ultimate Christmas collection.”

According to Joel Welin, Herald Tribune, Sarasota, Fl, “Each Season, some company attempts to span the decades of holiday music with a compilation of favorites… and most often falls short… But for timeless carols and songs (no contemporary tuneage here, dude) and immaculate presentation, nothing this season holds a candle to Ronald M. Clancy’s “Best-Loved Christmas Carols” and “American Christmas Classics.”

For more information, visit or call 1-866-552-7742 toll free to order.


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U.S. Army Chaplain Assistant’s Book, “Drugstore jesus”, Begins Holiday Book Tour

(PRWEB) December 17, 2004

“Drugstore jesus”, the highly anticipated new release from Bert Copple, will be the talk of the town in Erie, Pennsylvania the week before Christmas. Though Copple’s book will not be released until Christmas Day, the author’s hometown is opening their arms to the release of his book.

“I am so excited to be going home, not only for this awesome opportunity to share my book and testimony with my home town, but to visit with family and friends one last time before deploying to Iraq in 2005.”

The media coverage begins on Saturday, December 18, 2004, as both Copple and “Drugstore jesus” will be featured in an article by Robin Cuneo in the Erie Times News, Pennsylvania’s Newspaper of the Year. The article will be printed in the paper’s Faith section.

Copple will then be a guest on two radio morning shows on Thursday, December 23, 2004. The first, beginning at 8:18 a.m., will be with JET Radio 1400 AM, hosted by long-time radio veterans Jeff Johns and Randy Brewer. The interview segment is expected to run roughly twenty minutes. Copple will then switch to the FM dial as he will be a guest on the US 93.9 with host Carrie Leigh. The guest spot will start at 9 a.m.

“I’m looking forward to jumping back on the airwaves again,” said Copple, a former disc jockey and radio program manager. “There is just something so great about sharing your life and feeligs with a radio audience, and being able to hear how you have impacted someone’s life.” Copple will be giving away signed copies of his book during both radio appearances.

A release party and book signing for “Drugstore jesus” will then be held Thursday evening from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Erie Book Store, located at 137 East 13th Street. Refreshments will be served at this event. Following the release party, Copple will travel up Peach street to Borders for a book signing from 7 to 9 p.m. Borders is located off Interstate 79 at the Kearsarge exit near the Millcreek Mall.

The author-soldier homecoming will conclude on Sunday, December 26, 2004, when Copple serves as a guest speaker at the Flightpath Fellowship Church, 4749 MacMillen Drive, during their 11 a.m. service. His message will be based on his own personal testimony as well as a devotional from his book.

“Drugstore jesus” is a collection of Bert Copple’s journal entries over a twenty-one month period in which he quit his job, rededicated his life to Christ, lost sixty pounds, and enlisted in the United States Army to serve both God and country as a chaplain’s assistant. This book encourages it’s readers to rediscover their child-like faith, and to learn how a relationship with God can change their life.

The book, which starts with a short accounting of how Copple arrived at where he is today, is followed by 72 journal entries which provide insight into his spiritual walk and growth. Due to its structure, “Drugstore jesus” makes a perfect devotional for both young and old alike.

The foreword for the book is written by U.S. Army Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) Karen Diefendorf, with an afterword by CJ Brooks.

Born in Conneaut, Ohio, Bert Copple was raised in Erie, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Gannon University with a B.A. in Communications. Currently he is working on his Masters of Divinity through Liberty University.

Stationed with the 3rd Squadron of the 7th U.S. Cavalry at Fort Stewart, Georgia, Copple and his Chaplain provide ministry and counseling to soldiers and spouses within the Squadron. Copple’s previous tour of duty was in Seoul, South Korea where he served as the chaplain assistant for the 25th Transportation Battalion.

Bert Copple resides in Savannah, Georgia with his wife, Stephanie.

To learn more about the book, or Copple’s ministry, visit his website at


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A Great Barbados Holiday In A Beachfront Resort In Christ Church

A Great Barbados Holiday In A Beachfront Resort In Christ Church

An oceanfront three star hotel in Christchurch might just be what you are looking for as your research hotels for your Barbados Holiday

Barbados Hotels in one respect are no different to hotels all over the world. They come in different sizes, and shapes, they cater to differing tastes, and they are never one size fits all, in that a hotel that you would think was perfect is a nightmare for someone else.

You can, in fact most people could have a great Barbados Holiday staying at the award winning beachfront Bougainvillea Beach Resort in Christchurch, on the south coast of Barbados. It describes itself as an elegant all suite resort sitting on one of the best beaches in Barbados, and set in beautiful well maintained grounds. The beach is stunning with plenty of room to sunbathe, and there is no shortage of sunbeds or umbrellas. The hotel pools are but a few steps from the beach, and unsurprisingly it doesn’t often get busy. The beach by the way isn’t packed out with people trying to sell you something. Just say no politely and normally you won’t be bothered again

The Accommodation at the Bougainvillea Beach Resort is very spacious, clean, with a stunning view of the ocean from the huge balcony.

The Bougainvillea Beach Resort is essentially a self catering holiday, as you will have a fully fitted kitchen as part of your suite, and there are several advantages to this. The first of course is that food and eating out in Barbados tends to be very expensive, so it is nice to ‘stay home’ occasionally and enjoy the balcony, just relaxing. The second thing is that the food in the hotel’s restaurants tends to be a bit of the hit and miss variety. The good side of that is you will discover that the St Lawrence Gap which is within walking distance although a cab is better and safer at night, has some really great restaurants for you to enjoy.

Apart from that slight irritation the Bougainvillea Beach Resort is a great beachfront hotel, and will give you a very good Barbados Holiday. To deal with your personal catering first, there is a small convenience store in a hut, about one minute’s walk from the hotel, which takes care of breakfast and lunch. It will cost you around for a taxi to the Gap at night, then use his business card to get the restaurant to call for the journey back.

Amongst the restaurants you should try are Pisces, Café Luna, Café Sol, Harlequin, McBrides, and Bellinis which you must book, and get a table outside overlooking the water. Carry Out is another choice, and you can even get your order delivered to reception.

The Bougainvillea Beach Resort is a terrific base for a Barbados Holiday, and if you leave out any food issues, mind you there has been favourable comments too about the hotel restaurants, so you must find these things out for yourself. It is very well recommended that you hire a car so you can see all of the wonderful island of Barbados, and a fun way to do that is to hire a mini-moke. They are more like a golf cart than a car, and using one should add the final touch to a great Barbados Holiday.

Andrew Watkins is the owner of Barbados Vacation Spots as well as being a contributor on occasions to Worldwide Vacation Spots and he thinks it would be worth your while to check out Caribbean Vacation Spots especially any information you can find about Barbados which is the destination he likes the best.