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A visit from St. Nicholas

Children hear story of St. Nick at Christmas celebration at Cathedral of St. Andrew

Published: December 22, 2014         
Aprille Hanson
Evelyn Jara, 7, (wearing pink dress) a member of Christ the King Church in Little Rock, waits patiently for a chocolate coin from St. Nicholas. The Cathe-dral of St. Andrew hosted its annual St. Nicholas Party with caroling from the Cathedral Youth Chorale directed by Ruth Hopper and the story of St. Nick read by Father Matthew Garrison. St. Nicholas has been played for 14 years by Jimmy Phillips, a parishioner at the Cathedral.

Children and adults of all ages were welcome at the annual Cathedral of St. Andrew, Little Rock, St. Nicholas Party on Dec. 14. Those who attended enjoyed lunch, caroling by the Cathedral Youth Chorale and a visit from St. Nicholas. Father Matthew Garrison also read the story of St. Nick to the children.

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