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February 20. 2013 1:46AM
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The fourth-grade students at St. Faustina Sunday School, Nanticoke, recently entertained the residents of Guardian Nursing Home in Nanticoke with a Keeping Christ in Christmas musical program. For 37 years, Alma Marie Berlot, director, has kept the memory of her mother Elizabeth Salvatore alive through The Keeping Christ in Christmas program. Mrs. Salvatori was killed by a drunk driver in an auto accident on Dec. 21 and buried on Dec. 24, 1975. Those participating, not in order, are: Cameron Turak, Blessed Mother; Kellan Benson, Baby Jesus; Joshua Koviak, St. Joseph; Jacob Krupinski, Nicholas Rossi and Michael Marcella, three kings; Travis Schultz, shepherd; Celia Reabuck, Rebecca Ottensman, Kaydence Kaye, Allison Lyons, Emily Brown, Alexus Nichol, Isabella Emel and Matalyn Emel, angels. Alan Rosenbaum, Richard Shudak and Joan Prestas entertained the residents with Christmas music. Berlot is the director of the program.

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