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CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

12.06.2013College & CommunityCollege GeneralSpecial Events

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CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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Vilma Diaz (back, right), of Sanford, and her daughters, Susan Gomez (left), a senior at Lee County High School, and Dulce Morales, 8, were among the many who had their pictures taken with Santa Claus by Neil McGowan (right), Central Carolina Community College graphic artist and multimedia specialist, at the college's Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. During the Dec. 5 event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors enjoyed music by the Southern Lee High School Marching Band, watched the tree lighting, listened to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and enjoyed cookies and hot chocolate. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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The Southern Lee High School Marching Band, under music director Alexander Alberti and led by head drum major Lauren Simmonds, entertained visitors at Central Carolina Community College's Dec. 5 Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. During the event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors also enjoyed meeting and having their picture taken with Santa Claus, watching the tree lighting, listening to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and refreshments. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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The Southern Lee High School Marching Band, under music director Alexander Alberti and led by head drum major Lauren Simmonds, entertained visitors at Central Carolina Community College's Dec. 5 Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. During the event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors also enjoyed meeting and having their picture taken with Santa Claus, watching the tree lighting, listening to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and refreshments. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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The Taylor family, of Sanford, was among those who enjoyed Central Carolina Community College's Dec. 5 Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. Pictured at the tree are Jace Taylor (front), and (back from left) Grandmother Samantha Taylor, daughter-in-law Ashley Taylor holding Journey Taylor, and son Jonathan Taylor, holding Caspian. During the event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors enjoyed music by the Southern Lee High School Marching Band, having their picture taken with Santa Claus, watching the tree lighting, listening to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and refreshments. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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A visitor to the Central Carolina Community College Dec. 5 Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration (right) takes a photo as Julian Philpott (lower left), chairman of the college's board of trustees, makes the connection to turn on the lights. During the event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors enjoyed music by the Southern Lee High School Marching Band, having their picture taken with Santa Claus, watching the tree lighting, listening to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and refreshments. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

CCCC Christmas Tree Lighting brings out community

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The Borbonio-Flores family, of Sanford, was among those who enjoyed Central Carolina Community College's Dec. 5 Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. Pictured at the tree are (back from left) Allison Borbonio Flores with son Nicolas Borbonio, daughter Rosa Borbonio, and daughter Paula Juarez, and (in strollers, from left) son Javier Borbonio and granddaughter Lilyana Juarez. Allison attended and Paula graduated from CCCC. During the event at the college's Lee County Campus, visitors enjoyed music by the Southern Lee High School Marching Band, having their picture taken with Santa Claus, watching the tree lighting, listening to a reading of ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' and refreshments. Those who had pictures taken with Santa can view and download them at the college's website, www.cccc.edu/santapics/.

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