Main Street Greensburg would like to publicly thank the following people, businesses, and organizations for making this year’s Holiday Walk, Santa House, and Downtown Decorations possible:
Deb Locke and the Decatur County Community Foundation
The Greensburg Street Dept.
Vogt Farm Carriage Rides
The “Art on the Square” Fine Arts Gallery
Something’s Perkin’ Christian Coffeehouse
Baby Chique Boutique
MDL Coffee and Tea Co.
Crafts & Occasions
Greensburg High School’s “Elite Edition”, Directed by Heather Simpson
The Greensburg Jr. High Band, Directed by Nick Purcell
The Decatur County Commissioners and Courthouse Employees
The City of Greensburg
The Decatur County Girl Scouts
Little Mr. and Miss Tree City and Families
The Greensburg Daily News
WTRE Community 1330 AM, 104.3 FM
...And we would like to especially recognize the efforts of Letti Davis, Angie and Rita Mitchell, Mike Baumgartner, the Recorder’s and Auditor’s Offices, the Courthouse Janitorial Staff, and the Curd Family for helping to transform our County Courthouse into the North Pole. Together with the luxurious chair on loan from Taff Furniture (Santa thanks you, too), the big man was in a very appropriate and comfortable setting.
All the above represent what makes our community special, and highlights how many entities it takes to make such meaningful events successful. As we focus on the new year, we hope the community will take notice of the efforts of these and the countless others that help to make life in our corner of the world special, and furthermore, join them in doing so. Our community is what we make it.
Thank you from Main Street Greensburg, and we wish everyone a happy 2013.
Main Street Greensburg
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