Pictures from Come Home to Galion


Staff report



Sylvia Keith, left, and Marcheta Gibson pose at the Art & Palette Gallery in Galion. They reported giving out over 40 elf ornament kits to children who completed a hunt Saturday in Uptowne Galion. Keith is a board member while Gibson is a member of the group.


A large tractor impressed onlookers at the parade.


Paige Reagan, left, and Kate Wildenthaler, were dressed as elves during the Brownella Cottage open house.


Cycling Sports Center part-owner Troy Chipka gives a treat to Mason Rodocker, 3, at the parade.


From left, KayLee Jenkins, 4, and EmmaLee Jenkins, 9, help their mother, Amber, with a craft at the Galion Public Library open house. The family is also from Galion.


A big crowd was on hand Saturday to see the parade.


The Galion Fire Department was represented at the parade.


Jenny Moore, of Galion, talks to her daughter, Olivia, 4, also of Galion, at the Frozen at the Gill House event.


The Galion Historical Society had a sleigh in the parade.


Horses were in front of the Galion Public Library ready to transport those on wagon rides.


The warm weather wasn’t able to melt the ice sculptures in front of Quay’s Drugs in Galion.


Rebecca Farson, left, and Collin Bowser, portray Mary and Joseph during a live nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage.


Rev. Ash Welch of St. Paul Methodist Church in Galion speaks during the tree lighting event at Come Home to Galion.


The Crawford County Fair queens were represented at the parade.


Alex Terry, 11, of Attica, tells Santa what he wants for Christmas Saturday in the Santa House.


Santa Claus rides a three-wheeler in the parade with Galion Councilwoman Sarah Capretta.


The Galion Tigerettes were well represented in the parade.


UB70 entertained those who attended the open house at Galion Public Library with holiday music.


The three wise men were part of the nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage. They include, from left, Rev. Rick Maddox of Galion Alliance Church, Rev. Rick Hartline of Galion Nazarene Church and Rob Farson, who attens Galion Alliance Church.


Sylvia Keith, left, and Marcheta Gibson pose at the Art & Palette Gallery in Galion. They reported giving out over 40 elf ornament kits to children who completed a hunt Saturday in Uptowne Galion. Keith is a board member while Gibson is a member of the group.

A large tractor impressed onlookers at the parade.

Paige Reagan, left, and Kate Wildenthaler, were dressed as elves during the Brownella Cottage open house.

Cycling Sports Center part-owner Troy Chipka gives a treat to Mason Rodocker, 3, at the parade.

From left, KayLee Jenkins, 4, and EmmaLee Jenkins, 9, help their mother, Amber, with a craft at the Galion Public Library open house. The family is also from Galion.

A big crowd was on hand Saturday to see the parade.

The Galion Fire Department was represented at the parade.

Jenny Moore, of Galion, talks to her daughter, Olivia, 4, also of Galion, at the Frozen at the Gill House event.

The Galion Historical Society had a sleigh in the parade.

Horses were in front of the Galion Public Library ready to transport those on wagon rides.

The warm weather wasn’t able to melt the ice sculptures in front of Quay’s Drugs in Galion.

Rebecca Farson, left, and Collin Bowser, portray Mary and Joseph during a live nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage.

Rev. Ash Welch of St. Paul Methodist Church in Galion speaks during the tree lighting event at Come Home to Galion.

The Crawford County Fair queens were represented at the parade.

Alex Terry, 11, of Attica, tells Santa what he wants for Christmas Saturday in the Santa House.

Santa Claus rides a three-wheeler in the parade with Galion Councilwoman Sarah Capretta.

The Galion Tigerettes were well represented in the parade.

UB70 entertained those who attended the open house at Galion Public Library with holiday music.

The three wise men were part of the nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage. They include, from left, Rev. Rick Maddox of Galion Alliance Church, Rev. Rick Hartline of Galion Nazarene Church and Rob Farson, who attens Galion Alliance Church.

Staff report

Sylvia Keith, left, and Marcheta Gibson pose at the Art & Palette Gallery in Galion. They reported giving out over 40 elf ornament kits to children who completed a hunt Saturday in Uptowne Galion. Keith is a board member while Gibson is a member of the group.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ART-WEB.jpgSylvia Keith, left, and Marcheta Gibson pose at the Art & Palette Gallery in Galion. They reported giving out over 40 elf ornament kits to children who completed a hunt Saturday in Uptowne Galion. Keith is a board member while Gibson is a member of the group.

A large tractor impressed onlookers at the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_BIG-WEB.jpgA large tractor impressed onlookers at the parade.

Paige Reagan, left, and Kate Wildenthaler, were dressed as elves during the Brownella Cottage open house.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Brownella-elves-WEB.jpgPaige Reagan, left, and Kate Wildenthaler, were dressed as elves during the Brownella Cottage open house.

Cycling Sports Center part-owner Troy Chipka gives a treat to Mason Rodocker, 3, at the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_CANDY-WEB.jpgCycling Sports Center part-owner Troy Chipka gives a treat to Mason Rodocker, 3, at the parade.

From left, KayLee Jenkins, 4, and EmmaLee Jenkins, 9, help their mother, Amber, with a craft at the Galion Public Library open house. The family is also from Galion.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_CRAFTWEB.jpgFrom left, KayLee Jenkins, 4, and EmmaLee Jenkins, 9, help their mother, Amber, with a craft at the Galion Public Library open house. The family is also from Galion.

A big crowd was on hand Saturday to see the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_CROWD-WEB.jpgA big crowd was on hand Saturday to see the parade.

The Galion Fire Department was represented at the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_FIRE-WEB.jpgThe Galion Fire Department was represented at the parade.

Jenny Moore, of Galion, talks to her daughter, Olivia, 4, also of Galion, at the Frozen at the Gill House event.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_FROZEN-WEB.jpgJenny Moore, of Galion, talks to her daughter, Olivia, 4, also of Galion, at the Frozen at the Gill House event.

The Galion Historical Society had a sleigh in the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_HISTORY-WEB.jpgThe Galion Historical Society had a sleigh in the parade.

Horses were in front of the Galion Public Library ready to transport those on wagon rides.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_horse-WEB.jpgHorses were in front of the Galion Public Library ready to transport those on wagon rides.

The warm weather wasn’t able to melt the ice sculptures in front of Quay’s Drugs in Galion.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ICE-WEB.jpgThe warm weather wasn’t able to melt the ice sculptures in front of Quay’s Drugs in Galion.

Rebecca Farson, left, and Collin Bowser, portray Mary and Joseph during a live nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_NATIVITY-WEB.jpgRebecca Farson, left, and Collin Bowser, portray Mary and Joseph during a live nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage.

Rev. Ash Welch of St. Paul Methodist Church in Galion speaks during the tree lighting event at Come Home to Galion.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_PASTOR-WEB.jpgRev. Ash Welch of St. Paul Methodist Church in Galion speaks during the tree lighting event at Come Home to Galion.

The Crawford County Fair queens were represented at the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_QUEENS-WEB.jpgThe Crawford County Fair queens were represented at the parade.

Alex Terry, 11, of Attica, tells Santa what he wants for Christmas Saturday in the Santa House.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SANTA-HOUSE-WEB.jpgAlex Terry, 11, of Attica, tells Santa what he wants for Christmas Saturday in the Santa House.

Santa Claus rides a three-wheeler in the parade with Galion Councilwoman Sarah Capretta.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SANTA-PARADE-WEB.jpgSanta Claus rides a three-wheeler in the parade with Galion Councilwoman Sarah Capretta.

The Galion Tigerettes were well represented in the parade.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TIGERETTES-WEB.jpgThe Galion Tigerettes were well represented in the parade.

UB70 entertained those who attended the open house at Galion Public Library with holiday music.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_UB70-WEB.jpgUB70 entertained those who attended the open house at Galion Public Library with holiday music.

The three wise men were part of the nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage. They include, from left, Rev. Rick Maddox of Galion Alliance Church, Rev. Rick Hartline of Galion Nazarene Church and Rob Farson, who attens Galion Alliance Church.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_WISE-MEN-WEB.jpgThe three wise men were part of the nativity in the lot south of Brownella Cottage. They include, from left, Rev. Rick Maddox of Galion Alliance Church, Rev. Rick Hartline of Galion Nazarene Church and Rob Farson, who attens Galion Alliance Church.

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