Reeves Park Decked Out, Ready for Parade

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Phoenixville decorated over the weekend.

Editor's Note: The following was submitted by John and Linda Keenan, who co-chair the Reeves Park Decorating Committee for the Kiwanis Club of Phoenixville. To submit information to Phoenixville Patch, e-mail editor Lynn Jusinski at lynn.jusinski@patch.com.

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Phoenixville met in Reeves Park on Sunday, Nov. 27 to decorate both gazebos for the holidays.  

Each gazebo is decorated with garland, white lights and red bows and features a large tree covered with white lights. The Kiwanis Club wants to thank John Colarusso who offered a generous discount on the two beautiful trees. Be sure to drive by to see these lovely decorations.

The Kiwanis Club will continue to contribute to the spirit of the holidays by sponsoring the annual Holiday Parade on Friday, Dec. 2. The parade will step off from Borough Hall at 7 p.m., proceeding from Church Street to Starr Street to Bridge Street, ending at Family Dollar.  

The parade will feature the Phoenixville High School marching band, numerous costumed characters and fire trucks decked out with lights. Following the parade
Santa Claus will officiate at the lighting of the borough tree, located at the corner of Main and Bridge streets. The Phoenixville High School Vocal Ensemble will be performing at the tree lighting.

christy myers baxter November 29, 2011 at 03:01 PM
thanks for making reeves park merry & bright, kiwanis! - christy baxter
Mike Irby November 30, 2011 at 01:07 AM
Thank you all Kiwanis for making pretty! And a BIG thank you to "Mr. Petrucci" as my daughter likes to call John. I don't swear, but I swear Phoenixville has the best volunteers! Have a GREAT holiday! Mike
angela ng December 01, 2011 at 03:49 AM
I admire all the Kiwanis volunteers, especially the Keenans, Gills, and the rest, along with the dedicated community supporters, the Colorussos. A BIG thank you to you all! :) Angie
Carol Berger December 01, 2011 at 01:21 PM
What a beautiful sight! Thanks, Kiwanis members, for making a winter wonderland! Carol


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