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Deck the halls with boughs of holly? That’s so Christmas 2019.
Santa’s big little helpers are setting a new trend this year: decking out their neighbors’ lawns with Frosty the Snowman.
Enormous eyefuls of holiday cheer are spreading throughout Chippewa Township in Pennsylvania, thanks to a band of benevolent teens, who are outfitting front yards throughout the community with 18-feet-tall, inflatable snowmen.
“The whole thing has been so much fun,” homeowner Donna Schaefer said. “Everybody in the neighborhood is just in a good mood and happy and, for what a crappy year this has been, I think everybody’s just looking for some bright spots.”
Masterfully disguising themselves in Buddy the Elf (from the 2003 Will Ferrell film “Elf”) and reindeer costumes, the group of young unidentified do-gooders have bedazzled more than 60 residences inside the township’s Highland Meadows housing development with the sky-high, air-filled Frosty since late November.
Initially, the teens decorated the houses under the cloak of night in the hope that their neighbors would wake up to a happy holiday surprise. However, more recently, they’ve begun adorning the lawns in the early evening, so that the young and young at heart could enjoy watching them install the supersized spectacle.
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