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Reader Opinion: Experience Christmas Point

I am a frequent visitor to Christmas Point and I am a believer. I also admit I do not always go there just to shop (more on that later)! I believe the owners have established a one-of-a-kind atmosphere of caring that is truly a blessing. The mana...

I am a frequent visitor to Christmas Point and I am a believer. I also admit I do not always go there just to shop (more on that later)! I believe the owners have established a one-of-a-kind atmosphere of caring that is truly a blessing. The managers continue to hire the friendliest, most capable staff of all ages that I have ever encountered. I am so fortunate to consider them my friends. Often times I will stop by just for the warm greetings and a treat from the coffee bar!

I believe Christmas is a spirit and a feeling-all can be found and felt at Christmas Point! Heartfelt thanks and Christmas blessings.

Connie Lyscio

Baxter

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