Christmas comes to Shelby County


Tina Alt, left, of Versailles, gets some help performing a magic trick from Caden Platfoot, 7, of Botkins, son of Tom and Holly Platfoot. Besides a magic show kids could play games and visit Frosty at the Botkins Fire Department, Sunday, Dec. 3.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Matthew Owens, right, 6, watches a magic show with his mom Theresa Owens, both of Botkins, at the Botkins Fire Department Sunday, Dec. 3. Matthew is also the son of Jamey Owens.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emery Foy, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Deidra Drees and Dedrick Curtiss, makes a gingerbread house at the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emilee Haynes, left, 6, watches as her mom Kayla Haynes, both of Sidney, reaches out to pet a reindeer that was at the Amos Memorial Public Library during its Holiday Open House event Saturday, Dec. 2. Emilee is also the daughter of Mike Haynes.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Colton Rogers, 9, of Botkins, son of Josh and Jordan Rogers, sits in Santa’s lap as Madison Greve, far left, 6, of Botkins, daughter of Lucas and Carly Greve, waits her turn at the Botkins Historical Society Sunday, Dec. 3. Kids had a choice between a bell and a candy cane from Santa.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The 3 Redneck Tenors brought holiday themed laughs to the Sidney High School Auditorium Sunday, Dec. 3. The trio of singing comedians performed their Christmas Spec-Tac-Yule- Ar twice the same day as part of the Gateway Arts Council’s performing arts.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Sidney Dance Company performs Christmas of Yesteryear at the Senior Center Saturday, Dec. 2.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Averie Varno, left to right, in the back of a horse drawn carriage, 3, goes through a series of hand gestures with her sister Chelsae Wise as their father Ray Wise, all of Sidney, watches. The carriage rides around the courtsquare were provided for free by Sidney Alive Saturday, Dec. 2. The carriage service used was Carr’s Belgians & Carriage Services LLC.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emily Wuebker, 3, of Minster, daughter of Julie and Brian Wuebker, looks over rings for sale by Paparzzi Independent Consultant at Santa’s Market - Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Mina Minnick, 2, of Sidney, fourth from left, looks over at Mrs Clause as her brother D’Angelo Rose, far left, 4, and their mother, third from right, pose with Santa for a picture at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA Saturday, Dec. 2.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Watching a model train, left to right, are Kayson Michael, 3, son of Chelsae Wise and Zach Michael, Ava DeNise, 8, and her sister Aleigha DeNise, 6, all of Sidney, both children of Travis DeNise and Casandra Nosinger. The train was part of the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ophelia Blagg, center, 7 months, gives Santa a hard look while her mom, Lauren Blagg, both of Fort Loramie, tries to sooth her. Santa was taking toy requests at the Santa’s Market - Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale which was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Tina Alt, left, of Versailles, gets some help performing a magic trick from Caden Platfoot, 7, of Botkins, son of Tom and Holly Platfoot. Besides a magic show kids could play games and visit Frosty at the Botkins Fire Department, Sunday, Dec. 3.

Matthew Owens, right, 6, watches a magic show with his mom Theresa Owens, both of Botkins, at the Botkins Fire Department Sunday, Dec. 3. Matthew is also the son of Jamey Owens.

Emery Foy, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Deidra Drees and Dedrick Curtiss, makes a gingerbread house at the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.

Emilee Haynes, left, 6, watches as her mom Kayla Haynes, both of Sidney, reaches out to pet a reindeer that was at the Amos Memorial Public Library during its Holiday Open House event Saturday, Dec. 2. Emilee is also the daughter of Mike Haynes.

Colton Rogers, 9, of Botkins, son of Josh and Jordan Rogers, sits in Santa’s lap as Madison Greve, far left, 6, of Botkins, daughter of Lucas and Carly Greve, waits her turn at the Botkins Historical Society Sunday, Dec. 3. Kids had a choice between a bell and a candy cane from Santa.

The 3 Redneck Tenors brought holiday themed laughs to the Sidney High School Auditorium Sunday, Dec. 3. The trio of singing comedians performed their Christmas Spec-Tac-Yule- Ar twice the same day as part of the Gateway Arts Council’s performing arts.

The Sidney Dance Company performs Christmas of Yesteryear at the Senior Center Saturday, Dec. 2.

Averie Varno, left to right, in the back of a horse drawn carriage, 3, goes through a series of hand gestures with her sister Chelsae Wise as their father Ray Wise, all of Sidney, watches. The carriage rides around the courtsquare were provided for free by Sidney Alive Saturday, Dec. 2. The carriage service used was Carr’s Belgians & Carriage Services LLC.

Emily Wuebker, 3, of Minster, daughter of Julie and Brian Wuebker, looks over rings for sale by Paparzzi Independent Consultant at Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.

Mina Minnick, 2, of Sidney, fourth from left, looks over at Mrs Clause as her brother D’Angelo Rose, far left, 4, and their mother, third from right, pose with Santa for a picture at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA Saturday, Dec. 2.

Watching a model train, left to right, are Kayson Michael, 3, son of Chelsae Wise and Zach Michael, Ava DeNise, 8, and her sister Aleigha DeNise, 6, all of Sidney, both children of Travis DeNise and Casandra Nosinger. The train was part of the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.

Ophelia Blagg, center, 7 months, gives Santa a hard look while her mom, Lauren Blagg, both of Fort Loramie, tries to sooth her. Santa was taking toy requests at the Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale which was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.

Tina Alt, left, of Versailles, gets some help performing a magic trick from Caden Platfoot, 7, of Botkins, son of Tom and Holly Platfoot. Besides a magic show kids could play games and visit Frosty at the Botkins Fire Department, Sunday, Dec. 3.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas10.jpgTina Alt, left, of Versailles, gets some help performing a magic trick from Caden Platfoot, 7, of Botkins, son of Tom and Holly Platfoot. Besides a magic show kids could play games and visit Frosty at the Botkins Fire Department, Sunday, Dec. 3. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Matthew Owens, right, 6, watches a magic show with his mom Theresa Owens, both of Botkins, at the Botkins Fire Department Sunday, Dec. 3. Matthew is also the son of Jamey Owens.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas9.jpgMatthew Owens, right, 6, watches a magic show with his mom Theresa Owens, both of Botkins, at the Botkins Fire Department Sunday, Dec. 3. Matthew is also the son of Jamey Owens. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emery Foy, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Deidra Drees and Dedrick Curtiss, makes a gingerbread house at the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas4.jpgEmery Foy, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Deidra Drees and Dedrick Curtiss, makes a gingerbread house at the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emilee Haynes, left, 6, watches as her mom Kayla Haynes, both of Sidney, reaches out to pet a reindeer that was at the Amos Memorial Public Library during its Holiday Open House event Saturday, Dec. 2. Emilee is also the daughter of Mike Haynes.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas3.jpgEmilee Haynes, left, 6, watches as her mom Kayla Haynes, both of Sidney, reaches out to pet a reindeer that was at the Amos Memorial Public Library during its Holiday Open House event Saturday, Dec. 2. Emilee is also the daughter of Mike Haynes. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Colton Rogers, 9, of Botkins, son of Josh and Jordan Rogers, sits in Santa’s lap as Madison Greve, far left, 6, of Botkins, daughter of Lucas and Carly Greve, waits her turn at the Botkins Historical Society Sunday, Dec. 3. Kids had a choice between a bell and a candy cane from Santa.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas1.jpgColton Rogers, 9, of Botkins, son of Josh and Jordan Rogers, sits in Santa’s lap as Madison Greve, far left, 6, of Botkins, daughter of Lucas and Carly Greve, waits her turn at the Botkins Historical Society Sunday, Dec. 3. Kids had a choice between a bell and a candy cane from Santa. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The 3 Redneck Tenors brought holiday themed laughs to the Sidney High School Auditorium Sunday, Dec. 3. The trio of singing comedians performed their Christmas Spec-Tac-Yule- Ar twice the same day as part of the Gateway Arts Council’s performing arts.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas7.jpgThe 3 Redneck Tenors brought holiday themed laughs to the Sidney High School Auditorium Sunday, Dec. 3. The trio of singing comedians performed their Christmas Spec-Tac-Yule- Ar twice the same day as part of the Gateway Arts Council’s performing arts. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Sidney Dance Company performs Christmas of Yesteryear at the Senior Center Saturday, Dec. 2.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas8.jpgThe Sidney Dance Company performs Christmas of Yesteryear at the Senior Center Saturday, Dec. 2. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Averie Varno, left to right, in the back of a horse drawn carriage, 3, goes through a series of hand gestures with her sister Chelsae Wise as their father Ray Wise, all of Sidney, watches. The carriage rides around the courtsquare were provided for free by Sidney Alive Saturday, Dec. 2. The carriage service used was Carr’s Belgians & Carriage Services LLC.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas2.jpgAverie Varno, left to right, in the back of a horse drawn carriage, 3, goes through a series of hand gestures with her sister Chelsae Wise as their father Ray Wise, all of Sidney, watches. The carriage rides around the courtsquare were provided for free by Sidney Alive Saturday, Dec. 2. The carriage service used was Carr’s Belgians & Carriage Services LLC. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emily Wuebker, 3, of Minster, daughter of Julie and Brian Wuebker, looks over rings for sale by Paparzzi Independent Consultant at Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas11.jpgEmily Wuebker, 3, of Minster, daughter of Julie and Brian Wuebker, looks over rings for sale by Paparzzi Independent Consultant at Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Mina Minnick, 2, of Sidney, fourth from left, looks over at Mrs Clause as her brother D’Angelo Rose, far left, 4, and their mother, third from right, pose with Santa for a picture at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA Saturday, Dec. 2.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas6.jpgMina Minnick, 2, of Sidney, fourth from left, looks over at Mrs Clause as her brother D’Angelo Rose, far left, 4, and their mother, third from right, pose with Santa for a picture at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA Saturday, Dec. 2. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Watching a model train, left to right, are Kayson Michael, 3, son of Chelsae Wise and Zach Michael, Ava DeNise, 8, and her sister Aleigha DeNise, 6, all of Sidney, both children of Travis DeNise and Casandra Nosinger. The train was part of the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas5.jpgWatching a model train, left to right, are Kayson Michael, 3, son of Chelsae Wise and Zach Michael, Ava DeNise, 8, and her sister Aleigha DeNise, 6, all of Sidney, both children of Travis DeNise and Casandra Nosinger. The train was part of the Christmas of Yesteryear event at the Ross Historical Center Saturday, Dec. 2. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ophelia Blagg, center, 7 months, gives Santa a hard look while her mom, Lauren Blagg, both of Fort Loramie, tries to sooth her. Santa was taking toy requests at the Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale which was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/12/web1_SDN120617Christmas12.jpgOphelia Blagg, center, 7 months, gives Santa a hard look while her mom, Lauren Blagg, both of Fort Loramie, tries to sooth her. Santa was taking toy requests at the Santa’s Market – Crafts & Gifts Festival. The gift sale which was held at the Fort Loramie High School Sunday, Dec. 3. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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