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Charleston, W.Va. – The Kanawha County Commission and Kanawha County Parks and Recreation have announced that “Christmas at Coonskin” will be held this Friday, December 1.

This is a free event open to the public. The event kicks off at 4:30 p.m., with the Christmas tree lighting set for around 5:30 PM near the clubhouse.

Inside, there will be several school groups selling baked goods and raffle baskets. Kanawha County 

Parks will be selling pepperoni rolls. There will be free hot chocolate and candy canes.

Hoppy’s Little Express will be offering train rides through the Coonskin Christmas lights. 

Residents are reminded about the Courthouse Kindness for Kids toy drive in honor of the late Circuit Judge Joanna Tabit. 

Visitors can bring donations to this event, but only toy donations can be accepted. 

Additionally, coats to donate to the United Way Coat Drive will be accepted. 

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Santa Claus is expected to attend, listening to children’s wish lists and spreading Christmas joy to everyone. 

For further information, call the County Commission at 304-357-0101.

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  • Ron Gregory

    From Mayor of Glenville at age 26 to Assistant Mayor of Charleston, management of various public entities, and countless political races in West Virginia – Ron Gregory is the most noted political correspondent in the state.

From Mayor of Glenville at age 26 to Assistant Mayor of Charleston, management of various public entities, and countless political races in West Virginia - Ron Gregory is the most noted political correspondent in the state.

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