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Penticton Western News editorial cartoon by Ingrid Rice
Now that the holiday season is behind us, people are returning to their normal lives and normal routines.
Part of this process is the dreaded holiday decoration clean up. Maybe you have to book a Christmas tree pick-up or need to disassemble the lights strung along your home’s exterior - whatever the task may be, it seems every year there are those who drag their heels in getting it done.
So we want to know if you have decorations, when you plan on taking them down (if you haven’t already)?
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