Pantry Shelves Stocked with Paper Goods After Pasta with Santa

On a cold winter’s night it was warm and heartwarming at Anthony’s on the Green. Mike Ficco and his staff prepared a hearty pasta and meatball dinner in support of the Holliston Pantry Shelf’s paper goods collection. The pasta wasn’t the only attraction – there was the opportunity to visit the Jolly Old Elf – Santa.

Pantry Shelf Founding Member Sylvia Stickney advises current President Keely Krantz on meatball serving.
Santa met first with Sylvia because she headed his “Nice List” this year.
Bill Stickney held court at his corner table – joined by many friends during the evening.
Diane Regan (Left), event chair, had the tough job of defending the dessert treats until it was time for dessert.
While Santa gets a lot of credit this time of year, it is the Elves that really work the magic to make it happen. That was true on this occasion too.
Santa listened as the young ones shared their Christmas wishes – one even brought a written list to ensure nothing was missed! What a special evening for everyone – including Santa.
As Santa left to return to the North Pole, he was heard to exclaim, “Merry Christmas to all – Ho Ho Ho.”

Yvette Cain

1 Comment

  1. Steve Bradford on December 20, 2019 at 8:44 am

    Nice job to Santa, his elves and all of his helpers.

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