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Santa to arrive in Woodinville

Santa arrives Free hot cider and cookies will be on hand at the Sorenson Gym, behind City Hall this Thursday, Dec. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. when Woodinville celebrates the holidays.
   City Hall has already been decked out in lights, joining the many businesses in downtown Woodinville that are lending sparkle to the season.
   On Thursday, Santa and Mrs. Claus will talk to children, and thanks to the Woodinville Lions Club, free pictures of your children and the Clauses will be available.
   Teen Northshore will again have three craft tables for children to make simple holiday decorations to take home. The new Kiwanis Builders Club from Leota will be helping.
   Favorite holiday songs will be provided by students from the Woodinville High band and the Leota Junior High choir. Dancers from Studio One will also perform. Seniors from Northshore Senior Center will host refreshments and hand out programs.
   The Northshore Multi-Service Center is collecting new toothbrushes and toothpaste to be hung on the tree accompanied by the song "All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth."
   If you have any questions about the city's holiday celebration, call Lane Youngblood at 489-2700.