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  • Roger Sims, Journal Staff

Christmas on Broadway provides afternoon of activities

La Cygne celebrated the season with Christmas on Broadway on Sunday, Dec. 11, with music, caroling, multiple raffle drawings, visits with Santa, free gloves and caps and train rides for the young and old alike. Here are some of the photos from the day's events. (Photos by Roger Sims/Linn County Journal)

Linn Valley resident Samantha Santos and her son Peter build a stuffed reindeer toy at the La Cygne Library. The activity proved very popular.

Reagan Wirsig, from left, Ben Wirsig, Kayla Russell and Paityn Curtis were members of a group of college students that sang Christmas carols at the La Cygne Library.

The La Cygne Library raffled off dozens of holiday items during the afternoon.

The Prairie View High School jazz band played at the La Cygne Community Building.

Four-year-old Braylee gets to talk with Santa during the Christmas on Broadway event.

Keith Stoker, a volunteer with Ray of Hope Community Impact, gives away warm gloves and hats.

A very old-fashioned Christmas was the theme of this display at the La Cygne Museum.

Cassi Ford and her children Addi and DJ leave the La Cygne Community Building after winning several raffle prizes, including a bicycle.

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