Warmland Community Church band performs Christmas carols. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Warmland Community Church band performs Christmas carols. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Family fun at Crofton for Christmas event

Band performs, hot chocolate and hot dogs consumed and visits with Santa busy

Crofton for Christmas is truly a family affair. This is Brandon and Alia enjoying the festivities along with children Isabella, 4, and Julian, 1 1/2, and we can’t forget the family pet, Brock the Husky dog, who’s eight. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Warmland Community Church band performs Christmas carols. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Warmland Community Church band belts out the Christmas hits. (Photo by Don Bodger)

The stage is set by Fred Smith. He built this protective covered area for the Warmland Community Church band to perform during Sunday’s Crofton for Christmas event. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Santa came to town for the Crofton for Christmas event and Miriam Olson was happy to pay him a visit. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Santa and Mrs. Claus spend some rare time together during the holiday season. (Photo submitted)

Santa chats with folks on the streets of Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Emily Carey, 11, visits with Santa in Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Band performs, hot chocolate and hot dogs consumed and visits with Santa busy

 

Warmland Community Church band belts out the Christmas hits. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Warmland Community Church band belts out the Christmas hits. (Photo by Don Bodger)

The stage is set by Fred Smith. He built this protective covered area for the Warmland Community Church band to perform during Sunday’s Crofton for Christmas event. (Photo by Don Bodger)

The stage is set by Fred Smith. He built this protective covered area for the Warmland Community Church band to perform during Sunday’s Crofton for Christmas event. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Santa came to town for the Crofton for Christmas event and Miriam Olson was happy to pay him a visit. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Santa came to town for the Crofton for Christmas event and Miriam Olson was happy to pay him a visit. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Santa and Mrs. Claus spend some rare time together during the holiday season. (Photo submitted)

Santa and Mrs. Claus spend some rare time together during the holiday season. (Photo submitted)

Santa chats with folks on the streets of Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Santa chats with folks on the streets of Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Emily Carey, 11, visits with Santa in Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

Emily Carey, 11, visits with Santa in Crofton. (Photo by Wendy Carey)

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