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  1. Random Christmas Photos

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  4. Arctic League Photos

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  5. Arctic League Broadcast

    This year’s broadcast will be held on Sunday, December 2, 2018 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. EST at the Clemens Center’s Powers Theater. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to seeing you at the show! Where to Go: Clemens Center, 207 Clemens Center Pkwy, Elmira, NY – Free! Where to Watch: WETM-TV, WENY-TV, or live stream. The live stream will not be available until 9:30 a.m. Where to Listen: WEHH-AM (1600) & FM (93.9), WELM-AM (1410), WENY-AM (1230 and 1450), WPHD-FM (96.1) and WRCE-AM (1490) How to donate: By telephone at (607) 733-3831 or by clicking here The History of the Broadcast When radio came to Elmira in 1932, the Arctic League branched out to create the first annual broadcast. Newspaper publisher Frank Tripp devised a radio program for the League and served as the master of ceremonies. This broadcast began on WESG, which was owned by Tripp’s Elmira Star-Gazette, and continued on as the station eventually became WENY. The broadcast originated in the old Mark Twain Hotel (on Gray Street) and provided the listening audience with entertainment by local artists. A new dimension was added in 1973 when the broadcast was televised for the first time from the studios of WENY-TV. In 1991, the annual broadcast changed venues to the Clemens Center’s Powers Theater. The broadcast was a two-hour program until 2000, when an additional hour was added to the uninterrupted show. We are grateful to our broadcast partners for their support in putting the Arctic League on the air!
  6. Iszard's Christmas Parade

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  7. Iszard's Christmas Parade

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  8. Random Christmas Photos

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  9. Random Christmas Photos

    Iszard's Christmas displays from the 1980's
  10. Random Christmas Photos

    Visiting Santa at Iszards, 1930's Iszards, 1930's Iszards, 1930's
  11. Iszard's Christmas Parade

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  13. Iszard's Christmas Parade

    Bill and Bob Iszard, 1973
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