Narrowsburg News 12/7
A very large crowd gathered in a decorated Town Hall on Sunday as adults tried their luck to win one of the assorted tricky tray offerings provided by many local businesses and citizens, and children had an opportunity to speak directly to Santa and Mrs. Claus. As if that weren’t enough to keep everyone happy, homemade food was available for a nominal donation for adults, and children were welcome to eat free. All profits benefitted the Tusten Youth Commission.
Santa will be a popular figure this weekend at two events. On Saturday, December 9 at 4:30 p.m. a ribbon-cutting celebration will take place to officially honor the completion of the Main Street deck. The tree will be lit and Santa will make his appearance. On Sunday, December 10 at 7 p.m., the ever-popular Santa Express is expected to round the corner at The Union, “making things merry and bright” for all while we sing along with Santa and his friends, the lights of his huge sled brighten the night and everyone feels the spirit of the holiday season.
The year is coming to an end, and as it does, I will also end writing Narrowsburg News. Don’t worry: the news will continue to appear every other week and will be in the excellent hands of Tina Spangler. Tina currently works at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance as the communications director, so she is well qualified for the job.
Although it has been my pleasure to share Narrowsburg News with you these last eight years, I have requested to pass the pen to Tina so that I may more fully focus on town board responsibilities, which the majority of you have elected me to do. I have enjoyed sharing the news with all of you and am honored by your renewed support to serve you on the Tusten Town Board. Thank you all.
My sincere wishes for you all to sit back and enjoy the spirit of the holiday season. Thank you again for your support.