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Kick off of Grinchmas at USH


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  • Kick off of Grinchmas at USH

    I had the pleasure of attending this years "Kick Off to 18 Days of Grinchmas" at Universal Studios, Hollywood. Besides The Grinch, Max the Dog and the rest of the cast from Grinchmas, 100's of local school kids attended as well as Award Winning Actress Tippi Hedren was on hand. The Grinch presented Tippi with the "Who-Manatarian" Award in recognition of her work with animals. This all took place in front of the 60 foot Grinchmas tree, surrounded by real snow everywhere! It was a great time, and the kids really had fun. Grinchmas runs Dec. 11-12, and daily from Dec. 18 to Jan. 2. Photo's taken 12/9/10

    I have many more photos from the event posted HERE

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