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Holiday Season 2012
Date: 12/1/2012 Album ID: 1575041
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Images from articles in the Aiken Standard by staff photographers of local holiday events.
Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaChristine and Aaron Walsh shop for toys in Target with their daughter on Saturday.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONNathaniel Highberger eats the building materials his brother Johnathon uses to build a gingerbread house at Gravatt Camp Wednesday evening.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONStaff Sgt. Spencer Bawden watches his daughter, Olivia, paint an ornament at Gravatt Camp Wednesday evening.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONHeather Davis and her daughter Jewell (left) and Amanda Bawden and daughter Olivia, paint ornaments Wednesday night at  Gravatt Camp's Christmas retreat for military families.
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Jamie Black and her daughter Jessica Black look at the lighted castle display at Christmas at Hopelands. (Photo by Ben Baugh)
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONAiken Electric Co-op employees are helping Tri-Development with its annual giftwrapping. From left to right: Muriel Carter, Lyn Day, Debbie Toole, Terrie Stephenson, and Kay Kitchings.
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Karrie and Shawn Collins' Eventful Year entry in the Aiken Gingerbread Barns auction is entitled Reindeer Hideaway. (Photo by Ben Baugh)
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Tyler Nipper admires the gingerbread barns Friday evening at the Hotel Aiken. (Photo by Ben Baugh)
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaCaitlyn and Hunter Hickman sit on Santa's lap and tell him what they want for Christmas at the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake hosted Thursday at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaTrey Setters waits while Santa visits with his brother Blake at the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake hosted by Aiken Regional Medical Centers on Thursday.
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaThe Aiken Elementary School chorus was one of several groups to perform during the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake hosted by Aiken Regional Medical Centers on Thursday.
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaKamryn Staley, left, and Kierston Gary enjoy free hot chocolate and candy canes while watching performances at the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake hosted by Aiken Regional Medical Centers on Thursday.
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaM.J. Staley, left, tries to catch snow flakes along with Ajah Staley, center and Qu'vion Staley, right at the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake hosted by Aiken Regional Medical Centers on Thursday.
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Staff photo by Teddy KulmalaChildren jump and play in the snow that was provided at the 21st annual Christmas at the Lake presented by Aiken Regional Medical Centers on Thursday.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONSkipper Perry shows off his decorated Segway to Randi Abse during Night of 1,000 Lights in Downtown Aiken Thursday evening.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONPeyton and Blake Boozer hang out with their father, Trey, while waiting for their mom, Renee, in Downtown Aiken at Night of 1,000 Lights Thursday.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONEd and Biz Mann along with their pup, Annie, stop and say hello to members of the Joint Woman's Clubs of Aiken who was the Night of 1,000 Lights in downtown Aiken Thursday evening raising funds for the new seasonal character banners. From left to right: Darlene Rittel, Judy Cross and Nancy Gregory.
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STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTONLuke Mabry, with the Aiken County Robotics Team, helps light the pathway of candles that lined the streets Thursday night during the Night of 1,000 Lights in downtown Aiken.
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Historian Kitty Wilson-Evans, in character as plantation slave Kessie, gave a presentation Saturday at Redcliffe Plantation's Christmas in the Quarters program last year.
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Staff Photo by Stephanie Turner 
The Nativity by Companions of Frances and Clare of St. Mary Help of Christians was created for the Friends of the Aiken County Historical Museum and Aiken Center for the Arts’ –in conjunction with The Willcox’s Gingerbread Barns exhibit– gingerbread literary structure contest. The contest ran at the Aiken Center for the Arts on Dec. 6 through the 8.
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Gingerbread figurines are many of the lit-up decorations at last year's Christmas in the Hopelands event.
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Bell Wicks enjoys last year's Hopeland Garden's Christmas lights on the opening night.
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Children's Place student Aradia Rowe told Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas Friday at Breakfast With Santa at the Carriage House Inn.
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Submitted photo. Jazz trumpeter Joe Grandsen will be the featured soloist at the Holiday Pops concert Dec. 15.
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