The 2017 Morgan County Sheriff’s Rodeo Queen Summer Weldon and North Pole’s own Santa Claus pose for a quick picture

Hartselle holds Downtown Christmas Cookie Trail

Lauren Estes-Velez

Hartselle Enquirer

 

HARTSELLE– Several local downtown businesses and community groups participated in the 2017 Cookie Trail.

Most met at Whinny Wisdom as the center point for the Cookie Trail event. Donors from different local businesses, families and individuals baked cookies to give away, and participants could walk from one area to another, getting different Christmas cookies to sample.

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office was represented by Dee Goodwin and Dueese Woods, who volunteered their time in wrapping and presenting cookies to give away to participants.

The 2017 Morgan County Sheriff’s Rodeo Queen Summer Weldon and North Pole’s own Santa Claus were both available for pictures and to give their time away for the Christmas event.

Local missionaries Sister Haws and Sister Oliver were visiting the Hartselle area and met with participants.

Melissa Boyce-Bright, owner of Whinny Wisdom, offered to help with the Christmas venture.

Members of the Hartselle High School National Art Honor Society were also present and set up a tent area and Christmas cookies.

 

Sister Oliver and Sister Haws, local missionaries, give their time to help wrap cookies.

The 2017 Morgan County Sheriff’s Rodeo Queen Summer Weldon and North Pole’s own Santa Claus pose for a quick picture.
Whinny Wisdom owner Melissa Boyce Bright is pictured with Santa.
Volunteers from the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office help with the Cookie Trail.

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