Two “selfie” stations were set-up for photo enthusiasts including Mistletoe Stop, thanks to the Floral Gallery and Total Resale as well as a
second station located inside Joyful Sole.
Various fun-filled activities (and goodies) were provided by several merchants including: Darling Art; Lori Loves Pets;
SDL’s Bentley Branch Library; and Amy’s Downtown Diner.
Lots of free goodies and giveaways were available to guests, including those from: Mugg & Bopps, Brent’s Pizza; Total Resale;
Swan Creek Candle (also Santa Paws); Joyful Sole; Perry Area Fire Rescue; Brian Parker of Ferrellgas; EyeCare Associates;
Charlie’s Bar & Grill; and Darling Hardware.
Many, many thanks to Shawn Hanycz, and Perry Dental for providing not one, but two, Santa Mailboxes in town.
Gratitude is also extended to: 7-Eleven; Tom Chaput and Deb Neal; Perry AmVet Ladies Auxiliary; Perry Sons of AmVets; Mindy Galbavai,
the Calkins-Macqueen House Museum (Nancy Parrish, Rebecca Parrish, and Nate Parrish); Chili Judges Mayor James Huguelet,
Perry Township Supervisor Mark Fulks and Bart Darling; and Spalding Insurance (help with the ice sculpture).
Help with setting up the event was graciously provided by the Perry DPW, Perry Area Fire Rescue (all you guys are awesome),
Devin Miller, Mandy Miller, Deenie Miller, Peyton Smith, Shirley Smith, Emily Thomas and Judie Hempstead.
Whether you helped make event decisions, donated prizes, sponsored an event, opened your business as a warming center,
or attended as a guest, thanks again from the bottom of our hearts.
Hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years.
The Christmas Fantasy Committee