Eyewitness News tradition continues: Sharing your Christmas morning messages

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Monday, December 25, 2023
Eyewitness News tradition continues: Your Christmas messages
Bill Ritter, Lauren Glassberg and Lee Goldberg share your Christmas messages and wishes.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- A special tradition at Eyewitness News continues as we share your holiday messages on Christmas morning.

We asked to hear your hopes for the new year, what you are thankful for, what you will miss and even what you won't miss.

Bill Ritter, Lauren Glassberg and Lee Goldberg were there Christmas morning to share the news, weather and your holiday messages.

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We heard from viewers sharing messages of love, spreading gratitude and even asking for forgiveness.

There were messages looking to the past and we heard from viewers looking ahead to the future.

Some familiar faces wrote in as well as viewers young and old.

The special tradition started in the months after 9/11 and has continued ever since.

We look forward to continuing the tradition on Christmas Day in 2024.

Bill, Lauren and Lee continue to share special holiday messages and wishes from viewers.
Bill, Lauren and Lee shared special messages from viewers all Christmas morning on Eyewitness News.
Bill, Lauren and Lee shared special Christmas messages all morning, including a special shoutout for Sandra.
Bill, Lauren and Lee are sharing special messages and wishes from Eyewitness News viewers.
Bill, Lauren and Lee continue to read special Christmas messages from viewers.
Bill, Lauren and Lee share more Christmas morning messages, including from Scott Matthews and Marilu Galvez.
Bill, Lauren and Lee continue to share messages, including thanks to health workers and appreciation for second chances.
Bill, Lauren and Lee continue to share special Christmas messages, including from Bob Iger and Chad Matthews.
The messages continued to come in on Christmas morning, including from Disney leader Debra OConnell.
Bill, Lauren and Lee wrap up this year's annual tradition of reading viewer Christmas messages and wishes.

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2023 holiday photos submitted by Eyewitness News viewers

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