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What better way to celebrate the holidays than to gather the family around and reminisce?

Are there some family traditions, touching tales or funny things that happened over holidays past that you want to share with Cloverdale Reporter readers?

Every family has them – that year you sat on Santa's lap for the first time (you were 10…), mom insisted on matching Christmas outfits, or the special traditions that your family looks forward to every year. It might be a recipe, poem or picture – or even a favourite decoration, carol or card, but it's what makes the holidays so special.

Email your entries to newsroom@cloverdalereporter.com. We're hoping you'll send in your photos, stories, memories, recipes and more. We'd love to include them in our upcoming Christmas edition.

Don't forget to include a brief description of your photos, and a contact name and telephone or email address.

The deadline is November 19. Or drop them off Monday to Friday at our office at 17586 56A Avenue, in Cloverdale, the historic heart of Surrey.



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