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Tacky Sweater Party A Hit In Metairie

Will Leonard, 15; Annie Stokes, 15; Nikki Genova, 14; Emma Steeg, 14; Abby Hassinger, 13; and Alex Hassinger, 15, all members of the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) in St. Angela Merici Parish, take a break from helping out with the activities during the "Tacky Christmas Sweater" party the teens hosted for sixth- and seventh-graders in their area. Many of the students used the opportunity to try out their holiday creativity by designing their own unique tacky sweaters. Some designers simply attached bows or ornaments to their sweaters, while others, such as Madison Courrege and Rori Kelly, came up with more elaborate designs.

Sweater-clad baby alpacas find some comfort in cold

Scroll down to view trailer... Casual day: Evan Rachel Wood softened up her usual grunge style with a warm russet-brown sweater while out to lunch with her baby boy and her mother Sara Lynn on Wednesday in Los Angeles Evan was first seen sporting her new pixie cut just a few weeks after delivering her first child with actor husband Jamie Bell at home in a natural birth. The straight, chin-length bob was pushed back behind her ears on this occasion. Rugged, lace-up black boots added a grunge edge to her casual ensemble. Evan wore minimal make-up behind those round-framed shades and showed off a glowing complexion as she pushed her son's pram. Keep on smiling: The 26-year-old actress was in a chipper mood as she pushed her son's pram Her mother, who is also an actress, director and acting coach, was casually styled in blue jeans, a striped T-shirt and black jacket, while keeping her blonde hair partially concealed beneath a black baseball cap. Evan - who completed three films before the birth of her son - seems to enjoying every precious moment she has with him.

Spotlight: The Hockey Sweater

aI was explaining that it was exactly like when they were playing soccer against some neighbouring villages. aThere is something universal in this: belonging to a group, fighting a war that is not jaket korea keren killing anybody. Itas joyous play where suddenly you are on a stage and you can be somebody else. And that somebody else is really the real you that cannot express or be seen in normal circumstances, but there on the ice itas like on a stage.a Carrier was not a very good hockey player even though he played the game until he broke his knee at age 65.

Mommy's day out! Evan Rachel Wood sports a softer look in russet sweater while out to lunch with her baby boy and mom

We got a whole bunch of sweaters, Sherry said. Their selections included a variety of styles and colors. Some of the pullovers were red or blue. Others had polka dots and stripes. To get the sweaters ready for the baby alpacas to wear, we cut the sleeves to fit their legs, Sherry said. Then, in the hours right before the predicted arctic blast roared through South Carolina, the owners of Aiken Alpacas dressed their young stock in their new togs. They didn't give us a hard time at all, Sherry said.

Gibbs: Don't blame the sweater vest

12, 2014 Perhaps no story so captures the Canadian imagination as The Hockey Sweater by Roch Carrier. The tale of the young hockey player in Quebec who idolized the Montreal Canadiens and Maurice Richard and who received a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater for Christmas has come to rival the affection afforded such works as Dylan Thomasas A Childas Christmas in Wales. A stage performance of the story narrated by Carrier, co-hosted by Ken Dryden, the great goaltender of the Canadiens in the 1970s, accompanied by the National Arts Centre Orchestra and Propellor Dance, will be staged at the NAC Saturday, Jan. 12, at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Tickets at nac-cna.ca A Copyright (c) The Ottawa Citizen A

This joyous sweater

Posted: Saturday, January 11, 2014 11:04 pm | Updated: 11:34 pm, Sat Jan 11, 2014. Gibbs: Don't blame the sweater vest By Chad Gibbs oanow.com There is a part of me that wants to spend this weeks column reflecting on Auburns loss to Florida State in the BCS Championship Gameon Monday night, but there is another part of me that thinks that is a terrible idea, and has threatened to impale that first part of me with a flaming spear if it ever brings up that game again. However, I think my subconscious is being a touch overdramatic here, since Auburn losing the game was not even the most disappointing part ofMonday night. Im talking of course about Gus Malzahns fantastic sweater vest.

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