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JENKINS, Ireland — For the first time in modern Irish history, JENKY’s public school will have its cameltoe decorated in the shape of the iconic Christmas tree.

The school, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, will be decorated in a Christmas theme this year.

The idea was born after the school was forced to move from its original location in Limerick’s Loughgall Road to the school on the outskirts of the city in 2007.

The decision came after the Department of Education said it would be impossible to move the school to the new location due to the cost and environmental impact.

This year, JENS will be celebrating its 75 years in Limestone in a ceremony at the school.

The theme will be a festive holiday for the school and staff, said JENKEES’ director of community and culture, Richard Gavan.

“The school will celebrate 75 years of the school, the Christmas holidays, and the holiday spirit,” he said.

The festive theme will include a traditional traditional Irish mingle and a children’s activity where children will be dressed up in their school uniform and take part in an Easter Parade.

“The theme has been developed by a team of artists who include the artist in residence, and a professional photographer.

It will also include a number of family activities, including a holiday shopping trip to local shops and a traditional Christmas caroling session, with children playing the harp and singing.

The principal of the primary school, Richard Jens, said the theme was inspired by the school’s past history.”

It’s about the school history and the way it has always been a school that was all about the students,” he told RTE Radio One’s Today program.”

Christmas is a time for us to remember the history and it’s also about the teachers and the students, and that is really what Christmas is all about.

“The school’s director of school services, Paul McKechnie, said it was important to honour the school tradition.”

When the school moved, we were told there was no choice but to move,” he explained.”

There were no funds to move, so it was a decision we had to make.

“The move came after more than 20 years of negotiations with the Department for Education, he added.”

In recent years, we’ve seen a lot of changes in the curriculum, the school system and in terms of funding.

“But we are very excited that the school is celebrating its birthday with a new Christmas theme.”

We are hoping that people will visit the school for this year’s celebrations, and celebrate their love of Christmas.