ont .,: I had my husband glue the heads back on, says Tracey Cooper in amid a scramble to get ready for an unexpected Christmas Eve service, according to Toronto Star. It's not going to be perfect, and you know what, that's OK. Local pharmacist Michael Haddad outside the United Church in Hensall, Ont., this month. Storage had been hard on the nativity scene. Part of why he is putting up money to buy the church is that he worries that because Hensall has an older population they'd be unable to attend another church. How can they pray GEOFF ROBINS / For the Toronto Star Out of another box came the Advent wreath. How about all those people who don't drive he wondered. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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