Deck the Halls in Danville Dec. 11 

By Martha Jackson

Danville Neel Elementary School PTO is excited to announce a special event, “Deck The Halls,” taking place Dec. 11. The evening will feature a special program by Pre-K, first and second grade students, with each grade presenting a musical performance. Additionally, the library will showcase ART displays from Pre-K to third grade. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for this festive occasion. 

Various stations will be set up for attendees to enjoy, including a Santa Picture station (one per family), a Snowglobe Craft area, a Cookies and Decorating station, Judy’s Hot Cocoa Bar, Reindeer Food activities, and an Elf Shelf Christmas Store (cash only). Each class will proudly exhibit their Christmas crafts and decorated doorways. 

Thanks to funds raised from the Fall Festival and Raffle Ticket Sales, the PTO is delighted to offer this event free of charge to families. All are welcome to join in the holiday spirit at this free family event. 

Falkville news  

 In other community news, the Town of Falkville will host a Clothing Giveaway at the Falkville Church of Christ Dec. 9 from 9-11 a.m. Additionally, Santa’s Mailbox will be available at Falkville Town Hall until Dec. 15, straight from the North Pole. Children are encouraged to use the magical stationary provided by Santa’s Elves to write letters, including their name, age, address, and a special note or drawing for Santa. 

Danville High School seeks coach 

For those interested in a coaching opportunity, Danville High School is currently accepting applications for the Girls Head Volleyball Coach position. Applicants are invited to submit their qualifications and resumes to Dr. Ellis via email at bpellis@morgank12.org. 

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