J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital serves as the welcome center for the Huntingdon County United Way’s Annual Holly Trail. The Holly Trail, originally scheduled for Sunday, December 13, has been postponed until next Sunday, December 20 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Tickets for Dec 13th will be honored for December 20th. Tickets may be purchased for December 20th by contacting the United Way office at 643-3142.
Holly Trail Rescheduled for Sunday, December 20
The Huntingdon County United Way Holly Trail, originally scheduled for Sunday, December 13, has been postponed until next Sunday, December 20 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. This year’s welcome location/starting point is J.C. Blair Hospital. Tickets for Dec 13th will be honored for December 20th. Tickets may be purchased for December 20th by contacting the United Way office at 643-3142.
Stops along the Holly Trail include:
J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital
J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital is pleased to serve as host for this year’s United Way Holly Trail. With a renewed holiday spirit, the employees of J.C. Blair have “decked the halls” and the campus with lights, trees, wreaths, greens, window paintings and natural designs to bring “comfort and joy” to patients and visitors throughout this holiday season. A blue, silver and white theme prevails on the 12 foot tree in the Main Lobby and exterior lighting to reflect the Hospital’s colors. Dozens of employees and volunteers have contributed their time and talent to this year’s J.C. Blair Christmas Cheer committee.
First United Methodist Church
First United Methodist Church is pleased to be on the Holly Trail. This year, the church sanctuary and outside is decorated by Dan Vaughn & Family in memory of their mother, Lois Vaughn, who passed away November 2, 2009. The poinsettia tree was purchased by Dorothy Brouse & Family in memory of husband & father, Roy Brouse. The sanctuary tree is decorated in beautiful counted cross stitch Chrismons, made by members of the church.
Come on in and take a journey back in time when homes were decorated very simply with what they had at hand. Three generations of family have shared in these holiday traditions with displays of handmade decorations. Enjoy the simplicity of a traditional residential home located near the heart of Huntingdon.
Inn at Solvang—Route 26
The Inn at Solvang is situated four miles north of Huntingdon on Route 26. Surrounded by forests and spacious lawns, this three story, brick, southern colonial home provides a tranquil retreat. Solvang is filled with furnishings and collectibles, including a grand piano and harpsichord in the music room, an abundance of classic books shelved throughout the home, original paintings, authentic Persian rugs and elegant period furniture.
Located at 8102 Deforrest Road, the home of Jack and Patty Reihart was built in 1991 by Dr. James Schall. The two story brown brick Tudor style home was purchased by the Reiharts in 2002. The home sits on 57 acres of wooded and open land along the tranquil Stone Creek. Decorated generously with Byers Choice Carolers, the home is a Christmas decorator’s delight.