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Forgotten History Video - December 25, 2015

Dear friends,

Today is the day! Merry Christmas! If you'd like to take a break from opening gifts, drinking eggnog, and listening to relatives argue about who makes the best Christmas cookies, then take break and learn about the traditions of this holiday.

Interesting Fact: It's actually been celebrated for a lot longer than you might have thought.

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*---- Last Week's Clip ----*

History of the Chocolate Chip Cookie

In 1930, at the Toll House Inn, Ruth Wakefield ran out of baker's chocolate and was forced to improvise - and what happened next, became a moment that changed snacking forever.

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The History of Christmas

Explore the traditions of Christmas and discover the history of this holiday. It's a celebration that has been going on since the days of the Norsemen.

Watch It Now: The History of Christmas


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