What’s your favourite thing?

The Castlegar News recently asked people, “What is your favourite thing about Christmas?” Here are their responses.

  • Dec. 23, 2014 10:00 a.m.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Castlegar residents are enjoying the Christmas season. The Castlegar News recently asked people, “What is your favourite thing about Christmas?” Here are their responses.

“The childlike Christmas spirit that you still get no matter how old you get.  My family just brought in our tree.  It is just the warm fuzzies you get around this time of year.”

McKenna Dubois

 

 

 

“It is something to look forward to. Something to keep us excited. I enjoy everything about Christmas.”

Marisol

 

 

 

“My kids and the look in their eyes when they get up and see Santa has been there.”

Stacey Johnson

 

 

 

“My favourite thing about Christmas is spending time with my family.”

Breanna Strilaeff

 

 

 

“Christ, the greatest gift of all.  That’s what Christmas means to me. Also my precious family that God blessed me with.  God’s love, the greatest gift of all.”

Randy Robertson

 

 

 

I like the snow, being with my family and buying people gifts.”

Andrea Poznikoff

 

 

 

“Giving presents.”

Oliver Luvick (age 6)

 

 

 

“Visiting my family.”

Mae Luvick (age 11)

 

 

 

“I like it when my friends come home from university.”

Wren Shaman

 

 

 

“I like Christmas baking and decorating the tree.”

Sera Welychko

 

 

 

“Everything about it.  All the lights, I love the houses being decorated, everything getting dressed up. It’s nice and it’s pretty.”

Matt Anderson

 

 

 

“My family.”

Tayler Wolinski

 

 

 

“I really like to see the Lord Jesus Christ glorified during this time.”

Tom Stastny

 

 

 

“One of my most favourite things is skiing in powder with my 85 year old brother.”

MP Alex Atamanenko

 

 

 

“Family, just simply the family and time off with my husband.”

Christine Voykin

 

 

 

“Having everyone together, having my kids at home, everyone together under one roof.”

Christine Wasilenkoff

 

 

 

“Family, children, grandchildren.”

Glen Carew

 

 

 

“Family.”

Chris Ponte

 

 

 

“Family get-togethers and the big dinner, the scenery and the snow falling on the outside.”

Derick Kittson

 

 

 

“Food.” Regan Hull

 

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