Thanks for Help With ‘Light-Up Warwood’

Editor, News-Register:

So many people and businesses to thank for making the Warwood Lions Club “Light-Up Warwood” night in Garden Park on Tuesday, Dec. 3 a grand success. This was the fourth annual event and based on the wonderful response this year we anticipate that it will continue for many years to come. The Christmas tree was decorated with handmade ornaments from the students at Warwood School and Corpus Christi Grade School and the tree is a true work of art.

Great big thank yous to all of the following:

Pat Duffy – master of ceremonies.

Ashley Mazzella – Warwood School Art teacher.

Sue Smith – Corpus Christi Art teacher.

Warwood School and Corpus Christi students – handmade tree decorations.

Warwood Community Choir directed by

D. David Stiles and accompanied by Michael Murphy.

Santa’s helper (Glen Baker) and his Elf (Barb Baker).

Ron and Tracy Mountford – dozens of delicious cookies.

Dancing Donut Bakery – more tasty cookies.

Alan and Judy Harrison – hot chocolate preparers.

Warwood Kroger store – hot chocolate donation.

Argy Polsinelli – decorations setup foreman.

Corpus Christi chorus directed by Principal Dick Taylor.

Paul Garey (electrician) and crew for maintaining and erecting lighted displays in Garden Park for the past 15 years.

The News-Register, Nate Fluharty and WTRF for media promotion.

Tim Birch – for all that he does for the Warwood community.

Warwood businesses that have been making donations for years in support of the lighted displays in Garden Park.

Fitzsimmons Law Offices, Rohrig Heavy Equipment Maintenance, City of Wheeling, Warwood Armature Repair, Subway (Warwood), Columbia Sales, Home For Men, Centre TV, Assaro’s Garage, Warwood Veterans Association, McDonalds (Warwood), Progressive Bank (Warwood).

Tom Dailer