Is anyone planning on having a big game of Ice Hockey?
There’s also a new post from the Club Penguin Team. Another Reviewed By You!
last week! We asked what you’re doing to celebrate the holidays at home,
and many of you told us about your traditions. With so many penguins
around the world, we got lots of different answers. Here are just a few
that you shared:
my own home, in Christmas, My whole family has a Christmas dinner. And
we invite all of our friends and relatives. We are from Australia so we
have an aussie BBQ, salad, ice cream and other stuff that is Summer
food. Christmas is my favourite time of the year!
my mom is cathalic and my dad is jewish, I celebrate both Hanukkah and
Christmas. For Hanukkah, we light the monorah candles, get presents, and
eat matzaballs for dinner. For Christmas, we open up the presents from
Santa and my parents in the morning. When thats over, we all eat
breakfast and watch the Christmas parade at Disney World in Orlando,
Florida. Then we go to my grandma and grandpa’s house where we see our
whole family, and get more presents!!!!! Later at night, we all have a
big feast (all homemade by grandma, the best cook ever) and get to catch
up with each other. I love the holidays. I’M SO LUCKY!!!!!!!!!!! WADDLE
ON CP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
have a party with all of my closest family for the holidays. Other than
that, I donate to the poor, just like on CP! In my school, we have
baskets to put money and presents in. They soon give them to a local
homeless shelter to spread some Christmas cheer! Waddle on CP and Happy
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I donated to all the causes, but mainly the medical help, because I believe that is the most important. Helping people survive by curing their sicknesses and keeping them well is crucial. 🙂