Lancer Candy Lane welcomes families to LHS North Pole: Photo of the Day 12/10/16

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Lancer Candy Lane welcomes families to LHS North Pole: Photo of the Day 12/10/16

Children use frosting and sprinkles to make their own Christmas cookies.

Children use frosting and sprinkles to make their own Christmas cookies.

Grace Weaver

Children use frosting and sprinkles to make their own Christmas cookies.

Grace Weaver

Grace Weaver

Children use frosting and sprinkles to make their own Christmas cookies.

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief

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On December 10, 2016, Linganore hosted the annual Lancer Candy Lane from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The entire community came to the holiday celebration.

Kids of all ages joined in the fun writing letters to Santa, making Christmas cookies, getting their faces painted, making snowflakes and Rudolph ears and making snowmen.

Home Depot also ran a station where children made baskets to hold all of their crafts from the day. The National Art Honor Society also hosteda booth where they sold different crafts that they had made including ornaments mugs and jewelry.

Honor societies and clubs entertained the children. The Drama department had a puppet show on Main Street for the children to enjoy. They also read Christmas stories.

“I enjoyed helping all of the children create their different crafts,” senior Ashleigh Bonanno.

All of the volunteers received community service hours and free pizza.

Keith and Carolyn Prather, long-time coordinators, put on the Lancer Candy Lane every year.

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