Springville home again lit up for the holiday season
Saturday December 1, 2012 | By:Jim Jozwiak |
Merry Christmas to all!
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. It is at this time of the year that we try to get together, with family and friends, and be thankful for what we have. Unfortunately, some cannot share in this same mirth.
Last year, I asked the residents of the Springville-Concord area to please help our hungry neighbors. I was overwhelmed by the response. You dropped off 238 pounds of food or 405 individual food items. This went to feed our neighbors.
This year, again, I have set up my house and yard as a Christmas show, for our residents.
I ask you to come by 14048 Mill St., Springville, and come enjoy the lights and music. You can set your radio to 90.5 FM and watch the lights move to the music.
I would ask that you please bring a nonperishable food item and place it in the big, red present at the driveway entrance. The food will then be distributed equally between the Trading Post and the Springville Concord Community Food Pantry. I will be collecting food from Dec. 1st Ė Dec. 16th, so that the food may be distributed before Christmas.
I ask to please respect my neighbors by turning around in my driveway, instead of their driveways. I will have areas plowed, so you may park off the road in front of my house, so that it is safe for people driving down mill street.
Debbie and myself thank all who give to help their fellow residents and hope all have a safe Christmas season.