Lebanon Reporter

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December 22, 2012

Tea for twenty

Lebanon —  The free event preceded a local Christmas history program, Thompson said, and was meant to show what Christmas was like in 1912. Despite the winter weather, about 20 people attended the tea. Thompson received a positive feedback about the event, which was also held Dec. 14, and she plans to do it again next year.

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