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Go see A Charlie Brown Christmas Dec. 16-17

The free production will be at Northstar Church this Sunday and Monday

A theatrical group of local kids are all set for a production of A Charlie Brown Christmas at Northstar Church, which will take place Sunday Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. and Monday Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free.

Charlie Brown is played by Logan Brautigam; Kaitlyn Petrie is Lucy; Jacob Gittens is Linus; Lauren Gittens is Sally; Haley Kliewer is Snoopy; Katie Kliewer is Schroeder; Willy Pethick is Pig Pen; Claire Barbosa is Frieda; Grace Anderson is Violet; Julia Laundry is Violet; Hope Anderson is Shermy; Brooklyn McLeod is Woodstock; and Brianna Aasie is Pig Pen’s Snowman and the understudy.

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