Commentary

More thanks for tour participants, volunteers

Dear editor,

“Christmas in Olde Towne” Rockdale” sponsored by the Rockdale Downtown Association Saturday, December 11, attracted over 200.

The tour began at St. Thomas Episcopal Church and the sanctuary was filled with musicians all afternoon.

Performances were by Faith Walton of Milano; Communities in Concert Band’s brass quintet; Rising Star Musical Ministries, accompanied by Jo Ann Bradford, Pam Graham, Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal; Nancy Anton; Matinee Musical Club; Leah Thomason and daughters, Shelby, Sophie, and Elisabeth entertained throughout the afternoon.

Refreshments were ser ved in the church. Par ticipants registered for 30 hand-painted Christmas Ornaments (designed & dated ) by Kim Finley, of Finley

Art Works.

A nice Saturday afternoon,

New Patients Are Free Whitening allowed everyone to walk from house to house, viewing Christmas

in eight beautifully decorated

homes.

($295 Value)

Each home was special as they

were built from 1885 to 1944 all With New Patient exam, cleaning

and necessary X-Rays.

well over fifty years and deemed

“historic”. Expires in 30 days.

Rockdale Downtown Association appreciates all who opened their homes this Christmas Season, all the musicians who shared their talent, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church and members.

Thanks to all the people who

came out to participate in the

David K. Pendleton, DDS www.RockdaleSmileCenter.com homes tour. his event will help the Downtown Healthy Smiles Start Here

Association present educational

307 Childress Drive workshops and support

512-446-5886 other events held in downtown

Rockdale.

Joy Graham This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts.

Please call for details. This offer expires in 30 days.

marygraham99@yahoo.com


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