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The holidays on Town Hall Ohio

It’s estimated that somewhere around the year 336, Christmas became an official holiday. Then, in 1621 it was the very first Thanksgiving. So one could argue between those two events, the official holiday season was essentially born. It’s interesting to consider how that celebration has evolved over the years. Certainly it can’t resemble now much of what it looked like back then. But how do we keep alive that holiday spirit? On this episode, we talk Christmas and all things holidays on Town Hall Ohio.

Joe Cornely 

Joe Cornely is senior director of corporate communications for Ohio Farm Bureau.