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Announcing the Sixth Annual Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert!

It is Thanksgiving time, and you know what that means.   Santa arrives at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.   Boxes of ornaments appear from dusty basements. Even the 99% and the 1% put aside their differences, form a circle around the tree, and drink egg nog.

Yes, it is that time of the year again — the announcement of the Sixth Annual Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert!

The online concert this year will take place on December 18, 2011, right here.   Isn’t this the year when we finally hear YOU SING?!   Sign up in the comments today.

Concert FAQ:

1.  Create an audio file or a video file of you performing a holiday song.  If you need technical help, ask me.

2.  You must be performing in the audio or video.   Don’t cheat and have your cute kids doing all the work.

3.  You can sing, play an instrument, recite poetry, dance the Nutcracker, or create music on your iPhone.

4.  Once completed, you have the choice of posting it on your blog or YouTube and sending me the link, or emailing me the complete multimedia file.   Try to get me everything by Friday, December 16, 2010, two days before the concert!  That gives you plenty of time to be creative.

5.  If you don’t want to sing a song, send me a holiday photo for concert decoration.  It could be of your tree, menorah, or plain ol’ winter solstice if you are a heathen.

6.  The comment section is the sign-up sheet.    By signing up, we can see who is performing what, so we can avoid having ten versions of “Frosty the Snowman.”

7.  Most importantly — don’t be intimidated if you can’t sing.    We like to laugh at you.

8.  Here are the past blockbuster concerts —

2006  2007  2008  2009  2010

Join us in the longest-running holiday concert online — The Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert, now in it’s sixth season!

The Fifth Annual Blogger Christmalhijrahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert!

banner by the super-talented Brenda of Secret Agent Josephine

Welcome to the biggest blogger holiday concert on the internet!

Jingle Bells
performed by Mishelle of Secret Agent Mama


Angels We Have Heard on High
performed by Angela of Fluid Pudding


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
performed in Finnish by Katja Presnal of Skimbaco Home,
Nina of Ninan-Tunnetila and Venla of MTV3 Finland


photo by Heather of kinder. better. braver


Don’t Stop Believing performed by
Blaine of Mighty Hunter and the Seattle Men’s Chorus


Peace Train
performed by Faiqa of Native Born


O Holy Night
performed by Shawn of Backpacking Dad


photo by Danny of Jew Eat Yet


Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town
performed by Jenn of Breed Em’ And Weep and the Mater


Christmas in O’Hare written and performed
by Noel Katz of There’s Gotta Be a Song


performed by Mommymae and her family


photo by Trey Ratcliff


Santa Baby
performed by Karen of Chookooloonks


Christmas Island
performed by Fadra of All Things Fadra


Winter Wonderland
performed by Sarah of Slouching Past 40


photo by Schmutzie


Baby, It’s Cold Outside
performed by Pam of Nerd’s Eye View and Care


Happy Xmas: War is Over
performed by Nova of Ramona and her Mother and Brian


Got Tell it On the Mountain
performed by Bon of Crib Chronicles and family


photo by SoulChristmas


Tutira Mai Nga Iwi (from New Zealand)
performed by Juli of Wellington Road and “Five”


photo from Germany by Martin of Deutschland Uber Elvis


Angels We Have Hear On High
performed by Sarah of Sarah and the Goon Squad and Lesley


Where The River Meets The Sea
performed by Elly of BugginWorld and her brother


photo by Angela of Dutch Blitz


Frosty Rap
performed by Laurenne of Humans Are Funny and Kat of Girl at a Startup


Here We Come A Wassailing performed
by Lauren of Merry Mishaps


Tis the Season
performed by Momo of Momo Fali and family


photo by Devra of Parentopia


Holiday Blogger Song
performed by Mommy Niri


Jingle Bell Rock
performed by Tanis of Redneck Mommy and family


In the Bleak Midwinter performed
by Dawn of Not Going Postal


photo by Marisa of Apartment 2024


Christmas Time is Here
performed by Tracey Clark and family


In My Window

performed by Otir of Un jour a la fois


O Come Emmanuel
performed by Tiff of No Accent Yet


photo from London by Camille DeAngelis


Twas the Night Before Christmas
recited by Adam of Avitable


Christmas Day
performed by Lauren of In The Pudding Club
and Eloise


What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?
performed by Scott of Caveat Emptor


Silent Night
performed by Genevieve of Gen with a G


photo by Megan of An Acorn Dreaming


performed by Melissa of Married My Sugar Daddy and family


Marshmallow World
performed by Miss Sizzle of Sizzle Says
with Supple and Mr. Darcy


Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
performed by Jess of Hope Bomb and family


photo by Jenny of The Bloggess


Baby, It’s Cold Outside
performed by SubWow and friends


So This is Christmas performed by
Erin and Tim of Cooper Multimedia


Santa Baby
performed by Cecily of Uppercase Woman


photo by Veronica of Compost Studios


Jingle Bells (from Australia)
performed by Rachel of Sesame Ellis and family


O Holy Night
performed by Cindy of Shrewsbury Chorale


Auld Lang Syne performed by
Terra of Raising Zoeyjane


photo by Laurie of Crazy Aunt Purl


The Dreidel Song
performed by Haley and Cheaty Monkey of Cheaty Monkey


A Hippopotamus Christmas
performed by Heather of The Hopeful Elephant and family


Lefler Holidaytastic performed by Anna of Life Just Keeps Getting Weirder


photo by Nance of Dept. of Nance


Jingle Bells
performed by Loukia of Loulou’s Views


Happy Christmas (War is Over)
performed by Sarah of Imaginary Binky and family


God Rest You Wild Rooty
performed by Nicole of Ninja Mom


photo by Mommymae


Little Jack Frost
performed by Erin of Swonderland


Family Christmas created by
Ilina of Dirt and Noise


I’ll Be Home For Christmas
performed by Kristen of Rage Against the Minivan


Baby, It’s Cold Outside
performed by Lotus of Sarcastic Mom and her husband, John


photo by Lotus of Sarcastic Mom


Good King Wenceslas
performed by Leah of A Girl and a Boy
and Simon


Silent Night
performed by Amy of Selfish Mom


Up On the Housetop
performed by Loralee of Loralees’s Looneytunes
and Carolers


photo by Suzanne of Twenty Four at Heart


Round and Round (Like a Dreidel)
performed by Neil of Citizen of the Month


performed by Amy of The Bitchin’ Wives Club


photo by Mishelle of Secret Agent Mama


You can also check out what has been done during the past concerts:





P.S. — Ticket prices to the concert were pretty cheap, so since you saved money, if you want to be generous, check out what caring bloggers are doing over at The Bloggess.

Third Annual Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert

“A “Bloggy” Santa Baby”
performed by Kristy of She Just Walks Around With It (via San Francisco)


“Grown Up Christmas List”
performed by Allison at Maple Mama (via Vermont)


“Winter Wonderland”
performed by Redneck Mommy (via Alberta, Canada)


“The Little Drummer Boy”
performed by Abbersnail of Bright Yellow World and The Horse Whisperer (via San Francisco)


“Mary Did You Know”
performed by Gingersnaps (via Nashville)


“iPhone Ocarina Silent Night”
performed by Aimee of Greeblemonkey with Bryan and James (via Colorado)


performed by Sarah of Whoorl (via Southern California)


“Hava Nagila”
performed by Fancy of Fancy Schmancy (via Connecticut)


“Wishing You a Very Merry Christmas”
performed by Mr Lady (and family) of Whiskey in My Sippy Cup (via Canada)


“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”
performed by Sarah of Sarah and the Good Squad and Ian (via Washington D.C.)


“It’s a Very Penguin Christmas”
performed by Marie and Family of The Snake Charmers (via Texas)


“Good Tidings”
performed by Loralee of Loralee’s Looney Tunes (via Salt Lake City)




photo by Metalia (via New York)


noteMi Yamalel
performed by Psychotoddler (via Milwaukee)


photo by MommaKnows (via Alberta, Canada)


noteHave Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
performed by Saucybritches and her husband, Tim  (via Oklahoma)


photo by Margalit (via Greater Boston)


noteHayo, Haya
performed by Otir of Un Jour a la Fois (via Northeast U.S.)


photo by Jamelah (via Michigan)


noteCaroling, Caroling
performed by Merry Mishaps (via Annapolis, Maryland)


photo by Leesa of Piece of My Mind (via Montana)


noteWhite Christmas
performed by Backpacking Dad (via Menlo Park, CA)


Photo by Poppycedes (via New York)


noteWhat Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?”
performed by Ms. Sizzle  of Sizzle Says (via Seattle)


photo by Catheroo (via San Francisco)


noteIt’s a Marshmallow World in the World in the Winter“/ “Merry Christmas Polka
performed by Not Fainthearted (via Minneapolis)


photo by Secret Agent Josephine (via Southern California)


performed by Danny of Jew Eat Yet? (via Los Angeles)


photo by Karlababble (via Texas)


noteCoventry Carol
performed by Alejna of Collecting Tokens (via Northeast U.S.)


photo by NoireBettie (via Los Angeles)


noteO Come, O Come, Emmanuel
performed by Suzannesez (via Florida)


photo by Ali of Cheaper Than Therapy (via Toronto)


noteBurning Bright
performed by Mommymae (via Missouri)


photo by Maggie Dammit (via Wisconsin)


noteMerry Christmas, Darling
performed by Laurel St. Clair (via St. Petersburg, Florida)


photo by Kim of 180/360 (via Las Vegas)


noteO Holy Night performed by Maitresse (via Paris)


photo from Ry at Arts and Dafts (via New York)


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
performed by Mommy Melee and kids (via Florida)


Photo by The Bloggess (via Texas)


The Christmas Day Broadcast of the 2007 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert

Merry Christmas!

Neilochka: Help me, I’m Jewish! Why am I on this weird guy’s lap?

Santa Claus: Now listen very carefully, young Jewish Neilochka. One day, you will have a “blog.” I know you don’t know what that means right now. But you will. Right before Christmas, you should have a Holiday Concert right ON THE BLOG. Take my word for it. Chicks REALLY dig guys who throw Holiday concerts!


Have a wonderful day filled with love and joy. No Christmas is complete with music. So, if you haven’t checked it out yet, why not listen (or listen again) to some of your blogging friends creating some special Holiday memories?!

The 2007 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert


Have a wonderful Christmas day. Good health and happiness to your families. See you at the movies, fellow Jews!

The 2007 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert

Logo Design by Vanessa of the Butterfly Blog (get an array of concert buttons for your site at her blog)


Were You There on Christmas Night?
sung by Lizardek (“the Swedish Celine Dion”) with Sharon Johns

Sleigh Ride
sung by Heather (“Broadway Baby”) of OMSH

Mele Kalikimaka
sung by Kerflop (“The Virtual Hawaiian Honey”)

Have Yourself a Very Merry Little Christmas
sung by the — Greeblemonkey and Ms. Sizzle (“the Simon and Garfunkel of Christmas”)

The Man with the Bag
by Vanessa “the Fourth Andrews Sister” of the Butterfly Blog (not her real talking voice!… she wants you to know)

Silent Night
by Erin (“Vivacious Voice”) Villanovababy (and hubby Tim Cooper on guitar)

Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah
sung by Sophia, (“Hot and Spicy Songstress”)

Coventry Carol
sung by NFH “The Minnesota Mantovani” from This Journey

Everyboy Got Pissed At the Party (a little adult)
sung by Whit “Rapper Whiteboy” of Honea Express

I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
sung by “Ukelele Pam” of Nerd’s Eye View

Vermont Snow (an original song)
sung by MapleMama “Green Mountain Diva”

The Christmas Song
sung by Bec (“The British Barbra”) of Out of My Tree

Light Up (Himmelman/Broza)
by Psychotoddler (“Jewish Doctor Feelgood”)


Carol of the Bells
by Merry Mishaps (“They Call Me Merry”)

Mi Yimalel
sung by Danny (“Wilco’s Secret Band Member”) of Jew Eat Yet

Ner Li (Hanukkah)
by Otir (“the Female Jacques Brel”) of Un Jour a La Fois

I’m Dreamin’ of a White Trash Christmas
by AKA Monty (“Let’s Make a Deal”) of The Daily Bitch

O Little Town of Bethlehem
sung by Hilly (“The Hills Are Alive”) of Snackie’s World

Mon Beau Sapin (Christmas)
by Otir (“the Female Jacques Brel”) of Un Jour a La Fois

Baby, it’s Cold Outside
sung by Ms. Sizzle (“Ms. Claus”) and her special Santa

Te Harinui (a New Zealand Christmas song)
by Dee (“The Diana Ross of Down Under”) of Singular Scene

Hanukiah Li Yesh
sung by Tamar ( “the Philly Sound”) of Mining Nuggets

Christmastime is Here
sung by Angela “Jazz Hands” of Fluidpudding

“Light Up”
with Psychotoddler in a live concert version

from Kyran Pittman (“The Poetess of Song”) from Notes to Self

I’ll Be Home for Christmas
sung by Saviabella (“the Sweetheart of Saskatchewan”)

… and a special performance by Sophia (“Hot and Spicy Songstress”), who sings…

Flicker Wicker,
a new Hanukkah song she wrote especially for this concert, done to the tune of ABBA’s Super Trouper. (You know how much I love ABBA.)


Christmas photo by Whit

Christmas photo by Greeblemonkey and Ms. Sizzle

Christmas photo by Erin and Tim

Winter Wonderland photo by Vanessa

Christmas photo by Mckay

Christmas photo by Dutch Blitz

Hanukkah photo by Tamara Eden

Christmas photo by Whoorl

Christmas photo by Jennifer of Open Book

Christmas photo by Laurel

Hanukkah photo by Letter B

Creative Advent Calendar photo by Kerflop

Christmas photo by Assertagirl

Christmas photo by Cici.

Christmas photo by Alissa and Evan

Christmas photo by Gorilllabuns

Christmas photo by Jill of GlossyVeneer


Holiday photos by Shash


Happy Holidays! The Christmahanukwanzaakah Holiday concert will be re-broadcast on Christmas Day, so feel free to send me any new material if you missed today’s deadline, whether it be audio, video or Holiday photos.

Relive the memories! — The 2006 Christmahanukwanzaakah Holiday Concert



If you love music, you should play hooky from work tomorrow and come listen to bloggers sing and play Holiday songs. 

I can’t believe how talented some of you are!   Why are you wasting your time BLOGGING?

My Last Post, Redone as Rated G


I got flack over the last post I wrote from Sophia, my mother, and the estate of Irving Berlin.   Who advertises a holiday concert with smut like that? 

They’re absolutely right.   The holidays are a time for family, and I want your entire family — including your adorable, fresh-faced children — to be able to enjoy the festivities of the Christmahanukwanzaakah concert.

For that reason, I’d like to move the last post one down since it is NSFC (not safe for children), and remind you about the concert once again, this time in a sugar-plum fairy, wholesome way fit for all ages.

Wholesome Santa and the Radio City Rockettes

Remember, the concert is Monday.    All materials must be in by Sunday night.   Happy Hanukkah!  Merry Christmas!  Ho Ho Ho!  All the best during this holiday season, boys and girls!


Irving Berlin:  “You know, I thought the last post was pretty funny.”

Neilochka:  “Thanks, Irv.”

Irving Berlin:  “Nice bunch of Rockettes up there.  You know, in my day, I shtupped quite a few Rockettes.”

Neilochka:  “Really?  Hmmm, I’d like to hear all about it, but tell me after the holidays…”

Irving Berlin:  “There was this one dancer named Marion.   She was so limber, she could lift her leg over her head.  As you could imagine, this came in quite handy when…”

Neilochka:  “Irving… Irving… later!   After the holidays!!   For now, this blog is strictly G-rated — nice, not naughty”


Announcing the 2007 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert


“Sing a Christmahanukwanzaakah Song,” recorded by Neilochka (mp3)

Sing, sing a song
Sing out loud
Sing out strong
Sing of dreidels and snow
Sing of Santa and mistletoe

Sing, sing a song
If you’re a blogger
You definitely belong
Don’t worry that you don’t know the words
To Frosty the Snowman well

Just sing
Sing a song

La la la la la… it’s Christmahanukwanzaakah!

It is now time to raise our voices in song again in this new holiday tradition. Hanukkah songs about miracles. Christmas songs about faith. Winter songs about the beauty of the season. Kwanzaa songs about new traditions. It is the 2007 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert, right here on Citizen of the Month on Monday, December 10th (with a re-broadcast on Christmas Day). The concert is for YOU and by YOU — and this year will be bigger and better than last year.

If you want to participate, just say so in the comments or email me ASAP. Please try to tell me what song you want to sing, so we don’t have five people all performing “The Little Drummer Boy.”

1) You can send me either an audio file or a video.

2) You can host it on your own site or send the recording to me directly. If you host it yourself, just send me the URL.

3) A blogger must participate in the performance, not just your kid dressed as a snow angel. It must be YOU and your kid singing together, or YOU playing the guitar as backup.

4) I must receive the final song by December 9 for the concert on December 10th. This gives you two weeks to record it.

5) If you have any question on how to record a song, just email me. It is very easy to do using your computer.

6) Have fun! You don’t need to sing perfectly!

7) If you are too much of a wimp to sing, send in a photo of your Christmas tree, Hannukah menorah, snowmen, or your family all dressed up in their Holiday best — we’ll use it to decorate “the set.”

And remember, on November 30 – December 2, the weekend before the concert, there will be the Blogger Holiday Online Arts and Crafts Fair , also hosted here. Come and find some cool Holiday gift ideas, made by bloggers themselves. If you sell your artwork or crafts, and you want to participate as a “vendor,” email me at neilochka at yahoo dot com.

Message from Time Magazine


This week, we chose YOU as the Person of the Year because:

 “In 2006, the World Wide Web became a tool for bringing together the small contributions of millions of people and making them matter.”

Three days later, the editors here at Time Magazine have decided that the Year of “You” has officially ended, due to an online blogger holiday concert that started out as a day for holiday cheer, but quickly denigrated into a night of chaos, violence, and protest.


Events at the concert unfurled quickly as two female bloggers sang similar versions of “Santa Baby.”  Fists started flying after Pam of Nerd’s Eye View called Erin of Villanovababy a “Britney wannabe who should stick to her stupid blog.”  Erin of Villanovababy simply said, “Pam is a blogging bitch who can stick her ukulele up her ***.”

Several bloggers were asked to leave the Hyatt Hotel on LA’s Sunset Strip after trashing the “Presidential Suite” in an after-concert bash. 

“I’ve never seen such sick depravity in all my years as hotel manager.  It was like a wild drunken orgy, except they used their laptops!” said Richard Ortiz, a 25-year veteran in the business.

Many bloggers were disappointed in the management of the concert.  Outcries of nepotism were heard because bloggers were only allowed to perform one song each, but Sophia Lansky of Redondo Beach, was allowed TWO songs.  An anonymous caller, a disgruntled blogger who goes by the alias of “Brooke,” said that Ms. Lansky isn’t even a blogger.  Further research revealed that the Ms. Lansky is the separated wife of the concert organizer, Neil “Neilochka” Kramer.  Requests for an interview were refused.

Disruptions to the concert are expected to continue this evening as Al Sharpton prepares to lead a large protest march against the Holiday concert. 

“Despite being called a Christmahanukwanzaakah Concert, not ONE song for Kwanzaa was included in the festivities.” said Mr. Sharpton. “It is not surprising that this concert was organized by someone named “Kramer.””

Time Magazine deeply regrets picking ordinary people to be Time Person of the Year. 

“If this is what happens when bloggers get together, forget this s**t about YOU.” said a senior editor.  “We should have just picked Tiger Woods!”

A Year Ago on Citizen of the MonthBlogging the Big Event

The Miracle of Kew Garden Hills – The Final Chapter


(from The Miracle of Kew Garden Hills – Chapter Two

Nick took my mother’s other hand.

“Your mother and I are friends… ” he said.

“Very good friends…” added my mother.

It suddenly became real to me.   This was Santa Claus.  And Santa Claus was a horny older guy leering at my mother’s figure!

“Mom?”  I gasped.  ”Are you doing it with Santa Claus?!!”

“What kind of question is that to ask your mother?!” she answered.  “And I’m a adult.”

“But I’m shocked,” I stammered.

Nick laughed his “Ho Ho Ho.”

“How can someone who writes about his penis all the time be such a prude?” he joked.

“But, Mom?” I cried incredulously.  “What about Dad?  It’s only been 15 months since he passed away.”

“Your father would be the FIRST person to want me to date again.  Being over 65 is young today!” 

I began feeling dizzy.   My mother gave me her kindly smile.

“Think about every Christmas since you were a child.  What did your father do at Queens General Hospital?”

“He would dress as Santa and visit the children’s wing.”

“He was the funniest-looking Santa ever,” Nick added. “He was so skinny… and those Woody Allen glasses!  But he was the best!”

“So who better to take on as a lover…” said my mother, “than the REAL Santa Claus?!  Your father would be impressed!”

I turned towards Nick, still defiant.

“And what about you, Nick?  Aren’t you still married?”

“Technically, I am still married to Mrs. Claus.  But we are, uh, separated.  Although we still live near each other in the North Pole, and love each other, we can still date, but… it’s all very complicated.  I’m not sure if you can understand…”

“Oh, I can.  I can…”  I replied.

My mother took me by my arm and led me to the living room couch.  It was in perfect condition for an old couch because of the plastic that covered it for 30 years.

“Mom, are you sure you know what you are doing?” I asked.

“Is there anything wrong with Nick bringing some “joy” into my life?” she said.

I shook my head, confused.

“I don’t understand.  How did you and Santa… uh, Nick… meet?”

“At Shirley’s house.  It seems that Nick is quite a whiz at Mah-Jongg and came over for a game.”

Nick sat down across from us.

“My mother, Miriam Clausiwitz, god rest her soul, played Mah-Jongg every Tuesday when I was growing up in the Bronx.  I  can still hear the click of the tiles and the chattering of the women.  I even taught the elves how to play!  Oh, you should see some of their competitive tournaments!”

“My head is spinning” I said.

My mother gave me a hug.

“All is good, Neil.  The world is good, despite your bad experiences on the plane and the cab ride over here.  People ARE good.  We just forget to look at the positive side sometimes.  I don’t know if it will work out between Nick and I, but I’ve learned so much from him.”

“And I’ve learned so much from your mother.” said Nick.  “She’s a wonderful woman.  And so full of energy!   Be inspired by her, Neil.  It’s up to you and other wonderful bloggers to spread the joy throughout the blogosphere.” 

“You mean the Holiday Concert?  The Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Holiday Concert?”

“Yes, Neil!  The Holiday Concert on your blodge” said my mother, beaming with pride.

“It would be a mitzvah!” echoed Nick.

I could hear MUSIC coming from upstairs, but it wasn’t coming from the apartment upstairs.  The music was surrounding us.  It felt spiritual. 

“That music?” I said as I looked for the source.  “It sound so familiar.  It sounds like the soundtrack from “Gunga Din” my father’s favorite movie.”

“It is your father… !” said Nick. “From the beyond! 

My mother listened carefully, as if she understood. 

“I think Artie wants to say that he loves the Holiday concert idea.   It could be a Holiday tradition, just like when he used to dress up like Santa Claus at the hospital every year!”

Suddenly, I heard my father’s voice calling out to me.

“Go ahead, Neil.” he said.  “Make the announcement about the concert already!”

“And what about Mom and Santa Claus?  What should I do” I asked my father.  “Doesn’t it make you upset?  Doesn’t it make you jealous?”

“Nah.  If Elaine passed away first, you don’t think I would be shtupping other women by now?  Besides, what’s there to be jealous of?   Have you seen the tiny size of Santa Claus’ c**k?!”

“You are too funny, Dad.  I love you.”

“Go and put up the sign-up sheet,” he instructed me.  “The Holiday Season is upon us.  Let everyone “Be of Good Cheer!”

ANNOUNCING THE FIRST ANNUAL BLOGGER Christmahanukwanzaakah HOLIDAY CONCERT — December 20, 2006

(sign-up sheet coming later)

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