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Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Strathmere Christmas Party Photos
To All Strathmere and Whale
Beach Homeowners and
On Saturday, we
had almost 200 people attend the Community Christmas Party at the
As you know,
the Firehouse cannot safely accommodate a crowd of this size – thus the change
the party were the SIA and the Strathmere Volunteer Fire Company. In addition,
The Citizens for Strathmere and Whale Beach made a very large contribution which
allowed us to keep the party a “free” event for one more year.
We’ll apologize up front for some “red-eye” problems with the
pictures, and corrections that perhaps were worse...
began with folks cashing in their drink tickets at the bar...
Herb Hollinger took a moment to be a square dance “caller” for a
Go, Grace, go!
Then the Fire Company honored two of their long-time members.
First, Herb introduced Ted Bamford
Both a plaque and a banner were presented to Ted.
Next to be honored was the late Al “Higgy” Higginbotham.
Presentations by Ella Diamond were made to Kay Higginbotham.
Kay thanked the Fire Company and the Strathmere community.
Then, it’s time for a great dinner presented by the
And a super choice of desserts provided by attendees!
Then, it was time for Santa!
Santa arrived to the delight of the youngsters (and many oldsters!).
Finally, Santa poses with his elves, Lyn and Donna.
This is a good time to give special thanks to Donna Diefenderfer,
who put in an enormous amount of time handling all of the ticket requests and
all of the requests for gifts from Santa. Thanks, Donna!
Then, your faithful correspondent and photographer gets into the
The 50-50 drawing was won by Rosemarie Whelan
Our very sincere thanks to Lynda Brown and Ed Scanlon, for the
wonderful job the Deauville and their staff did in putting on the party.
The food, music and service were all outstanding!
Thanks to all who attended – a good time was had by everyone!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO
And thanks very much for your continuing
support of the Strathmere Improvement Association!