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Cornish Christmas Tradition Continues

Old and young, families and friends enjoyed the opening of Cornish Christmas Friday. The streets were lined with vendors and carolers and the crowd was festive. Grass Valley Vice Mayor Jason Fouyer was having fun with his family.

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Howard Levine was wearing his Kiwanis Club hat as he and a group of students were selling ginger bread cookies to raise money for scholarships.

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Grass Valley Police Chief John Foster, dressed in formal blues for a event welcoming Beale Air Force Base families, said the night was going well.

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Foster was also happy with how Cornish Christmas was going on Mill Street.

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Overall, Foster says Thanksgiving Day and Cornish Christmas were a big success.

Click here to listen to Chief John Foster

Joel was helping out with the Worship Center selling hot beverages, chowder, and candies.

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The rain held off until the very end so the first Cornish Christmas was a pleasant evening for most visitors. The rain did make the close of Cornish Christmas a little hectic, but overall it was great evening.

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