Doggie Christmas stories

Fifth graders, left to right, Hailey Hearn, Grace O'Hara and Gabrielle Chambers smile as Mary Wanner, a resident of Augsburg Lutheran Village tells the girls about having four dogs at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="12014001" title="Christmas" href="/topic/religion-belief/christmas-12014001.topic">her Christmas</a> dinner. The students sang Christmas carols and then gave residents presents. About 85 grade 5 students from Pinewood Elementary School visit Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village at 6811 Campfield Road in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603120000" title="Pikesville" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/pikesville-PLGEO100100603120000.topic">Pikesville</a> for a “Santa for a Senior” event organized by the group Home Instead.-

( Baltimore Sun photo by Jed Kirschbaum / December 21, 2010 )

Fifth graders, left to right, Hailey Hearn, Grace O'Hara and Gabrielle Chambers smile as Mary Wanner, a resident of Augsburg Lutheran Village tells the girls about having four dogs at her Christmas dinner. The students sang Christmas carols and then gave residents presents. About 85 grade 5 students from Pinewood Elementary School visit Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village at 6811 Campfield Road in Pikesville for a “Santa for a Senior” event organized by the group Home Instead.-

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