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Meanwhile, in another unique way people donned Santa caps and also took part in laughter therapy exercise to celebrate the festival at Girgaum Chowpatty.
People who celebrate the festival give gifts and decorate their houses with objects of African art and colorful African cloth.
Mr Tracey tells us to celebrate that the cuts to tax credits have been stopped.
The Scouts celebrate the day by organising a host of outdoor activities and by extending support to their local communities.
In June, Celebrate Publishing asked Hoffman Publishing, which also produces Cooking with Paula Dean, to stop using "Celebrate," according to the complaint.
When we celebrate the lives of young musicians as kids, who, like their peers are just teenagers trying to find their place in the world, audiences become engaged--everyone loves to hear the stories behind the kids.
Really we should not celebrate it as much as the Irish celebrate St Patrick's Day but we should do something.
The mystery we celebrate on Easter Eve--the dying and rising of Christ as it is made present in the dying and rising of those who are baptized--is so profound that we need time to dwell in the experience, to savor it.
Each year, she goes to Mexico to learn and celebrate.
What is it that allows us to celebrate the gift of the freedom to worship that our t God has given us?
They wanted to celebrate Christmas on December 25 but were not allowed to do so by the Muslims of Meulaboh.