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May and her 4-year-old daughter Lily gazed at the giant snowflakes hanging from the ceiling of Trainstation's lofty hall, as Christmas tunes piped out from the speakers Wednesday afternoon. "Christmas In Action" has rolled around again, the charity-supporting Christmas exhibition featuring designer Lebanese goods, all types of food and children's activities at the Mar Mikhael venue.CCCL is a hospital offering treatment free of charge for children suffering from cancer – something it is only able to do because of the donations coming from Lebanese society, the center's General Manager Hana Chaar Choueib told The Daily Star.Treatment for a single child costs around $55,000 per year, Choueib explained.The show also features a rich opportunity for some Christmas shopping, with 80 Lebanese designers having set up shop.
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