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Christmas wouldn’t be the same without …

Christmas is approaching, and along with it, traditions that persist from year to year, generation to generation.

Here at Farm and Dairy we’d like to know what it is that makes this time of year special for you. What is that one tradition that defines your holiday?

Send us a one-sentence description of your must-have holiday tradition. Your submissions will be published in the Dec. 23 issue of Farm and Dairy, as well as on the Farm and Dairy website.

Submissions will be accepted through Dec. 16 by 5 p.m. Send them to Farm and Dairy Traditions, P.O. Box 38, Salem, OH 44460 or e-mail tdastolfo@farmanddairy.com. Include your name, hometown and phone number for verification.

This year I really want to …

Every year people feel the need to make resolutions. Here at Farm and Dairy, we’re interested in what you want to do this year, not what you feel you should do.

What’s on the top of your wish list this year? Traveling somewhere, remodeling your kitchen or adopting a puppy? Let us know what would make 2011 your best year yet.

Finish our sentence above, and send us a one-sentence description of your biggest wish for the year. Your submissions will be published in the Dec. 30 issue of Farm and Dairy, as well as on the Farm and Dairy website.

Submissions will be accepted through Dec. 16 by 5 p.m. Send them to Farm and Dairy Traditions, P.O. Box 38, Salem, OH 44460 or e-mail tdastolfo@farmanddairy.com. Include your name, hometown and phone number for verification.

2 Comments

  1. Lydia Fletcher says:

    My favorite family tradition is waking up Christmas morning and drinking orange sherbet mixed with orange juice. We have it every year in fancy glasses. It makes a great breakfast drink and is very yummy!

  2. BigEater says:

    ”what it is that makes this time of year special for you”

    I’m a long time Peace advocate since the late 1960s. What makes Christmas so very special for me is seeing people setting aside their personal hassles or politics and treating each other with genuine compassion at this time of year.

    ”What is that one tradition that defines your holiday?”

    As a big eater, Holiday Dinner makes it very special. Also, the fact that so many underprivileged folks are able to go to their local church or community action center and enjoy a full Holiday Dinner with their friends, neighbors, and relations.

    Yes, it is a wonderful time of year!

    :)

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