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    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif:hvtj2nfs]Hi! It is the long lost MIA member IR. I am sorry I have not stopped in sooner. As you know life carries us away and we lose touch with people we have ran into online. I have a stupid question but I am curious. How do you celebrate holidays? Are you able to have Halloween and Christmas etc … [/font:hvtj2nfs]
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    Hi IR,
    good to hear from you again. I’ve also lost touch with your site. I check in now and then but as always there isn’t enough time leftover to surf the web anymore.
    Yeah, we celebrate holidays in style here. Maybe it’s because we work 6 days a week 10 hours a day, that when a holiday rolls around everyone is ready for a party. Halloween is a big one. Everyone dresses up. Thanksgiving and Christmas are semi formal dinners in the galley. New Years is the annual Icestock Festival where anyone who can play music gets on the outdoor stage and plays. It’s pretty dead through the winter until the fourth of July when a carnival is hosted with benefits going to the Cholmandalay Childrens Home in Christchurch. We raised a total of 8 thousand dollars for them this year including raffles and other parties. Summer is one giant party every weekend. Work hard play hard.

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