Pocomoke City Mayor Bruce Morrison had the idea and in no time everyone downtown had ideas that when put all together, turned into quite a magical night. FREE was the keyword and with a meager donation of canned goods for the Samaritan Shelter one could have their choice of a host of yummy things to eat and drink. Hotdogs, soda, hot cocoa, cider, mulled cider and even s'mores that seemed to be a big hit.
If you care to donate to the Samaritan Shelter in Pocomoke City......
You can still drop off canned and nonperishable foods at The Enchanted Florist downtown.
|Barbara Tull and Don Holdren -|
Were in charge of the free drinks
|Pocomoke City Police Officer Ralph Corbin |
with Marc Scher/ Owner of Scher's Bridal Shop
Downtown Pocomoke City
|Marc and his helper|
|Pocomoke Vol. Fire Co. Chief Dicky Gladding|
and Training Officer Keven Hall
These children will be singing in a live performance at the Mar-Va Theater in the near future.
A Pocomoke City favorite, Sarah Bernstein entertained the crowd. I admire anyone that can go on stage
in the cold and sing without shivering. She was awesome.
Pocomoke High School Show Choir were magnificent.
Wonderful selections for entertainment. I have to admit that the young voices win hands down for the simple fact that their voices seem to carry through the night air with such peace that Christmas spirit seemed to touch everyone even if you weren't paying attention..How about those little red socks on the pony? This was adorable and what I had waited for. I have
never ridden in a horse drawn carriage. But- and so many warned me- by the time I was ready for my
ride the little pony was cold and tired and had retired for the evening. So, I still haven't ridden in a horse drawn carriage and I have added that to my "bucket list". Those that did ride enjoyed themselves.
We haven't even gotten to more of the wonderful people of Pocomoke or Santa Claus yet-
OH- and the Mayor's famous tree!