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A home for the holidays

Charlene McIntosh of Penticton adjusts one of the hundreds of pieces that make up her three-tier Christmas village in the living room of her Dartmouth Road home this week. New items are added to the collection each year, with the entire project taking more than 30 hours to assemble. - Mark Brett/Western News
Charlene McIntosh of Penticton adjusts one of the hundreds of pieces that make up her three-tier Christmas village in the living room of her Dartmouth Road home this week. New items are added to the collection each year, with the entire project taking more than 30 hours to assemble.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

 


 

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