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White Christmas/Sober Christmas in Sweden

Encouraged by the parallel campaign in Finland to provide children with a sober Christmas, the IOGT/NTO in Sweden has organized the White Christmas/Sober Christmas campaign that asks adults for the sake of children to abstain from alcohol for Christmas Day and the preceding and following days. For more, see here.  Another thank you to Dave Trippel for this tip.

Posted by David Fahey on December 22, 2008 at 01:21 PM in Alcohol (general), Sweden | Permalink