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December 19, 2013

Centennial Makes Christmas Plans

by Sarah Beth

What is the “most wonderful time of the year” Christmas, of course! Although receiving gifts and eating some great food is a part of Christmas, it isn’t the most important part.  Spending time with the family and being able to enjoy each other’s presence is what Christmas is all about.  As Christmas is approaching, The Centinal wanted to know what were some students and faculty’s plans or traditions for the holiday season.

The Centinal: What are your traditions for Christmas?

Charles Weinberg: (an English teacher at Centennial): As a child of divorced parents, my traditions are to be on the road for about three hours to go from one family to the other to celebrate two Christmases on Christmas Day.

The Centinal: What do you plan to do on Christmas Day?

Bayley Roley: I’m going to go to my grandparents house to have dinner with them and open presents.

Peyton Finkbeiner: I’m just planning on opening some presents.

Paloma Gonzales: The usual of getting to spend time with my family and open presents.  I’m really excited for Christmas this year.

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