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Here he comes

Every year at this time of the year, children and adults alike celebrate the arrival of old St. Nick to mark the beginning of the Christmas season at a Christmas parade.  After a long line of antique cars, holiday floats, horses and riders, a marching band, horse-drawn wagons, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, the last one to appear is Santa Claus.  As he gets closer, it is not unusual to hear an excited child exclaim, “Here he comes”.

The legend of Santa Claus goes back to a monk named St. Nicholas, born around 286 A. D. near modern-day Turkey.  He ...


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