(PHOTO: Recently, over 70 children turned out for a day of holiday arts & crafts at Jay Heritage Center's 1907 Carriage House in Rye sponsored by JHC's Young Preservationists. The main attraction was helping to paint an enormous gingerbread Jay Mansion made by Rye's own Jennifer Coleman. Kids were eager to cover it with delicious sugary icing.)
A Jay House of Ginger Bread
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So, we’ve all had our ups and downs this year.
HEAL the HARBOR has taken a few steps forward – and a few steps back.
But despite all the travails, we feel our cause is just and our direction relentlessly positive.
And in that spirit –
Here for your viewing pleasure –
4 minutes of the Story of Christmas as viewed through the eyes of a child.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!!