Santa Claus visits downtown Plymouth as city illuminates Christmas tree.
- Mike Oak
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Escorted by local firefighters, Santa Claus made his arrival Friday to downtown Plymouth amidst a celebration of lights and music. The City of Plymouth illuminated its holiday tree in Kellogg Park on Friday as local choirs and children's activities created a festive atmosphere to welcome Kris Kringle to town. If you were at the event, be sure to submit your photos here. If you missed Santa Claus on Friday, fear not. You can still catch Santa at his Kellogg Park house throughout the holiday season. Santa’s House Hours are: Photos are available for $6.
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The Canton Goodfellows and Canton Leisure Services organized a simple fundraiser set for today from 10 a.m. to noon in the lobby of Summit on the Park. Bring your spare pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to donate to the Goodfellows' program to help needy families over the holidays. If you have a fascinating hobby or wealth of knowledge to share, consider sharing it with a Canton Patch blog. Email editor Peg McNichol at email@example.com for details. Today is an electronic waste collection day for Wayne County. Take your old computers, and other tech toys ready for the trash to to the western campus of Wayne County Community College, 9555 Haggerty Rd., Belleville. The Salvation Army Plymouth Corps has issued an appeal for help is …