0 It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas at the White House

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A miniature of The Obama family's dog, Bo, sits on a 400-pound white chocolate-covered gingerbread replica of the White House in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC. Photo credit: Charles Dharapak/AP
The White House received its annual holiday makeover this week, with decorations that include a 400-pound white chocolate-covered gingerbread house and the official Christmas Tree centerpiece — an 18½-foot Douglas Fir.
"Mrs. Obama settled on the theme of 'Simple Gifts' for her second holiday season as first lady, emphasizing what she says are the simple things that bring joy at Christmas time, such as music, children, friends and family, and gifts made from nature." [MSNBC.com]
Watch this behind-the-scenes video as nearly 100 volunteers decorate the White House for the 2010 holiday season:

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