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Josh Crim, Reporter

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Northeast Community College decided to start a new Holiday tradition this year. A tree lighting commenced behind the library at 5:30 on Wednesday night. Hot cocoa and apple cider were served while the Northeast choir performed classic Christmas carols. Dr. Chipps spoke as well. Chipps made it a point that this part of the year is very much about fellowship and wanted all students and staff to know they are cared about. If you missed the tree lighting you can still see the tree in the pedestrian mall shelter behind the library.

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