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Cortland carolers celebrate sounds
of the season

By EMMETT NENO
Staff Reporter
eneno@cortlandstandard.net

About 13 carolers representing a wide range of ages, from babies to the elderly, crowded into Mark’s Pizzeria Saturday morning, softly singing “O Christmas Tree” before switching to “O Little Town of Bethlehem.”
General Manager Mitch Seweryn and employee Scott Tota listened to the music as they took a break from work.
“It was kind of cool,” Tota said. “It was a surprise for me. It gets your spirits lifted with the holiday spirit.”
The stop at the pizzeria was one of nine for the carolers, who visited businesses downtown in the city Saturday to spread some holiday cheer, an effort both participants and listeners said they enjoyed.

 

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