New Canaan girl hopes Christmas greeting sticks instead of 'holidays'

A New Canaan girl wants to put Christ back in holiday greetings. Nancy Leville, 9, saved $319 in allowance money to purchase stickers that say ?Merry Christmas.? Leville made sure to have the word ?Christ?

News 12 Staff

Dec 24, 2006, 11:57 PM

Updated 6,360 days ago

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New Canaan girl hopes Christmas greeting sticks instead of 'holidays'
A New Canaan girl wants to put Christ back in holiday greetings.
Nancy Leville, 9, saved $319 in allowance money to purchase stickers that say ?Merry Christmas.? Leville made sure to have the word ?Christ? underlined. She handed out the stickers all over New Canaan.
The fourth-grader, who is active in her church, says she?s trying to restore faith rather than be politically correct and say "happy holidays." Nancy says her father always taught her to stand up for her beliefs.


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