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Santa Comes to Rye
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Photo by Virginia Hood
Santa enjoyed visiting with all of the kids on Saturday. They shared with him their wishes for Christmas and he said some of them shared stories with him too.
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Mickey Smith, not only the talented Mayor of Rye, but also quite talented in woodworking and using a scroll saw.
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Kristi Bair, Licensed Massage Therapist, was giving some samples of her massage therapy at Santa Comes to Rye Event on Saturday.
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Natalie Roles-Lepley, owner of the Main Street Boutique, hosted the second Annual Santa Comes to Rye last weekend.

Santa visited with fifty-eight children that were very excited to see him and he listened to each ones hopes and wishes for Christmas this year. Moms and Dads and Grandmas and Grandpas were there listening very intently, too. By the way, there were several comments heard about how much Santa resembled our local, jolly, Dennis Murphy.

There were thirteen booths set up with handcrafted items such as jewelry, candles, center pieces, clothing, shelves, leather, rope, wood carved pieces and great tasting home baked items (samples being given) to choose from, along with mini massages being given and health items on display. There was lots of happy Christmas shoppin’ being done at the event on Saturday, especially for the very special, one-of-a-kind, things that were available.

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