The residents of Wilson Way will be hosting Santa and other Christmas characters Dec. 17-20. There is no charge to tourthe light show but they will gladly accept donation for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, their charity for the season.
My mother and I recently went to see the musical rendition of “Dirty Dancing,” and the costuming was amazing. There is a scene where Baby’s sister is getting dressed and she puts on not one, not two, but three crinolines. After the play was over, I asked mom how accurate the costuming was and she confirmed that multiple crinolines, gloves and hats were a way of life.
Santa Claus returns to the city of Ghent this week to visit with children at the home of Joe and Sandy Beall, 704 Liberty St. The annual event allows children to share their wishes with the jolly old elf for Christmas each year.
Santa will be there from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11, Saturday, Dec. 12, Friday, Dec. 18 and Saturday, Dec. 19. The visits in Ghent continue Monday through Thursday, Dec. 21-24, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Carroll County Middle School students Megan Perkinson and Heaven O’Neal are starting an animal supplies drive at CCMS to support animals in the Carroll County Animal Shelter without homes.
Some supplies needed are leashes, collars, grooming tools, water and food bowls, portable kennels, and dog and cat food. Items can be dropped off in the front office of the Middle School. Any donations are appreciated.