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From: "Sarah" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Scotch- Irish Christmas
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 15:09:03 -0600
I bet it would be candles, some greenery, lanterns, holly, and berries from
lot of cakes, pies, goodies.....music, maybe others have more ideas.
sounds great and pray a blessing on you ........
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From: "Carolyn Shearer" <>
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2009 2:30 PM
Subject: [S-I] Scotch- Irish Christmas
> Does anyone know a good reference about Scotch Irish Christmas traditions?
> Our local DAR chapter has taken over the care of the Rocky Spring
> Presbyterian Church in Letterkenny Twp, Franklin County, PA. We plan to
> have it open as part of a house tour next Saturday (Dec 6th). Someone
> mentioned "Williamsburg type" decorations but I find it hard to believe
> would be appropriate. The current building was erected about 1786 and has
> never been remodeled. We had to put in electricity just to have a
> system. Still no heat or lights. The pews are the box type and the floor
> is the original brick. Any help appreciated. Carolyn
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