12-12-2019 Hometown Holiday Happenings

NEW ROYALTY… The 2019 Watervliet Snow Prince and Princess and their courts were crowned on Sunday afternoon just prior to the lighted parade. The court (from the left): Princess 2nd Runner-up Cassandra Riggs; Princess 1st Runner-up Lyvia Summers; Snow Princess Riley Smith; Prince 1st Runner-up Grayson Richards; and Prince 2nd Runner-up Alex Wilder. Missing from the photo is Snow Prince Joshua Sturdevant, Jr. (TCR photo by Annette Christie) See more Hometown Holiday Happenings events and photos on Page 3


PAW PAW LAKE ROTARY donated 30 poinsettias for table decorations at the annual North Berrien Senior Center Christmas luncheon. Shown are Ron Clark, Rotary member, and Deb Pana, Head of Senior Nutrition.


WONDERFUL WINDOW… Live mannequins adorned the windows of Main Street businesses during the Hometown Christmas event this past weekend in Watervliet. From 7:00-8:30 p.m. Saturday night, visitors and residents could stroll the downtown area and enjoy the fun attraction, new to this year’s festivities. This display at Wonderfully Quirky depicted baking in the kitchen as the models stayed oh so still. Wonderfully Quirky went on to win 1st prize for the business decorating contest. (TCR photo by Annette Christie)


FUN FUN FUN… The winners of the Ugly Sweater Contest were announced Sunday night at the Hometown Christmas event in Watervliet this past weekend. David Koshar (left) was the winner of the competition. Parker Lanning (center) and Avery Openneer (right) were jointly selected as the funniest ugly sweater. (TCR photo by Annette Christie)


DECK THE HALLS… These live mannequins trying to decorate the Christmas tree at Tri-County Computer Services might look a little familiar if you have been at a Watervliet sporting event recently that has cheerleaders. The Watervliet High School Cheer squad served at the live mannequin event this weekend as part of the Hometown Christmas Celebration. The event was well attended for its first year as the windows of nine of the downtown businesses had live mannequins. (TCR photo by Annette Christie)