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Saturday, December 20, 2014

SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS COMMITTEE FESTIVITIES COME TO A CLOSE

SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS COMMITTEE FESTIVITIES COME TO A CLOSE
  By Monica Thomas

SHINGLEHOUSE--SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS COMMITTEE completes a month of fun and Christmas Cheer for the community of Shinglehouse and the surrounding towns. 

The festivities ended with a Caroling Group made up of members of the Community Choir with families and friends from the area. They serenaded the folks at Honeyoe Haven and Oswayo Apartments moving onto some private residences throughout town, Bells Run and Shaytown of cherished elders of the community who don't get out much these days.

The Community Choir Show held two shows in the Elementary Gym on Dcember 12 and 13th which were a rousing hit. The twelve-member group with director Cheri Maxson gave a forty-five minute concert of holiday favorites from around the world with their signature song Noel, Noel, sang with six members of the OV Elementary group the Soundwaves. The students tried out for the parts and joined the adult choir for six evening practice sessions. The Choir sponsored a Gingerbread Contest with Cheri Maxson winning the adult category and Miss A. Waterman winning the student catergory.

The Senior Center sponsored a Baking Contest with winners for were First Place Cookies: Carol Taylor second: Angie Fink, First Place Candy: Elenore Stanley. The Potter County Trailer Busters hosted the Ugly Sweater Contest winners: 1st: Oswayo Valley Senior Center, 2nd: Midge Lydic and 3rd: Angie Fink. A Coloring Contest was hosted by the Library winners were Olivia Marshal and Mason Good.

Also on Saturday the 13th "Breakfast with Santa" was held at the Senior Center.

The Lighting Contest was won by Judy Mesler and Bill Pratt of Coons Crossing with their half acre display of "A Child's Christmas" second place went to Danny & Angelia Wood of Oswayo St., with their nineteen-lite trees shown throughout their many windows of their historical house. Third place winner, The John Lyman family of second street with their fifty plus Santa and snowman collection.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

I believe that would be Madge Lydic, not Midge. That is how we all know her!

Anonymous said...

Charlie called her his Midgie,that's how we all know her.