Now that your Christmas is over, you've got a little something to deal with, don't you: that tree! The Missouri Department of Conservation is working with the Central Missouri Electric Cooperative and the City of Sedalia to help you recycle your Christmas tree.
I don't know about you guys, but for me, Christmas means family and parties. Well, not all ragers, don't get me wrong. But getting together with some folks, eatin' some food, and tellin' tales of the old days.
Christmas is here! Well, technically we have about a day and a half to spare. I really don't feel like it's that time of year. I'm not blaming anyone in particular, but I just don't have the Christmas spirit.
One of my favorite things about the holidays is going to see the Christmas lights that people display, whether it be the Holiday Express or going door to door. I love seeing how people are so creative. One display that I have seen year after year as it is in my old stomping grounds outside of Knob Noster in Country Acres. This home lighting display is put on by David and Donna Grygierczyk. You can see their lighting display as you go north on FF and make a left just before the train tracks at 1290 NE 140. You will be amazed by the hard work they have done to do this year after year.
One thing that people really talk a lot about this time of year is "the reason for the season." So that means that people really want to reconnect with their spiritual roots around the holidays. Here's a look at some of the special services coming up at our local churches.
Once the holidays roll around, you can expect to see an influx of updates from loved ones in your mailbox. This year, instead of taking the traditional approach (and kill a bunch of trees in the process), one family decided to take advantage of a little thing called the Internet and shoot a video recap of its 2013.
Last night (Dec. 17), I really got into the holiday spirit by taking my kids to Higginsville to see the Kansas City Southern Lines Santa Train. This train has operated for 13 years and its goal is to not only bring holiday cheer to those who visit it, but they also provide funds to the local Salvation Army at each of their stops along the way. The Holiday Express as it is called has raised over $1.2 million in funds since its inception in 2000 and they look forward to each year.
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