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Members of the Uptown community came together with students to celebrate the holidays with the annual Sneaux event. Fake snow and other winter treats filled the Marquette Horseshoe on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The Stuart Hall boys choir sang “Christmas Time in New Orleans” (top left). Sam and Lucy Krause (right) build a sneauxman. Megan Alsop feeds candy to Lucy Krause (bottom left) at the annual Sneaux event in the horseshoe front of the school. The event also included fake sneaux to play in, smores, candy
and pictures with Santa.

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