Home for the holidays

Messenger photo by Joe Wyse
The Bexley Christmas tree shines brightly in this time-lapse photograph Dec. 7.
Messenger photo by Joe Wyse
Elijah Spicer, 5, sits on Santa’s lap at Bexley’s tree lighting ceremony Dec. 7 as his sister, Sarah Spicer, 7, and his mother, Cathy Hobart look on.
Messenger photo by Joe Wyse
Kevin Leeson, of Country Carriages, pets Chip, on the left, and Charlie, right, as they wait for riders to climb aboard the carriage. Chip is 4 years old and Charlie is 3.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Bill and Linda Furrow welcomed visitors to their log home on Busey Road as part of the Pickerington Lions Club Holiday Home tour Dec. 6.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Lee Deskins, dressed as Santa, waves to passing cars in the hopes of attracting visitors to the home of Deskins’ mom Pat Deskins as part of the Pickerington Lions Club holiday home tour Dec. 6.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Visitors enjoy a horse carriage ride in Pickerington.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Santa Claus applauds as Pickerington Mayor Mitch O’Brien and City Council President Cristie Hammond light the city Christmas tree on Dec. 7.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Mary Rollo, age 9, of Fairfield Elementary enjoys a moment in front of the newly-lit Pickerington Christmas Tree.  After Mayor Mitch O’Brien lit the tree, Rollo and her fellow members of the Columbus Children’s Choir’s Pickerington Satellite performed holiday songs. This is Rollo’s first year in the choir.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Barbara Taylor reads "The Night Before Christmas" to a group of preschoolers at the Pickerington Historical Society. The storytime was part of the Holiday in the Village event Dec. 7 sponsored by the Olde Pickerington Village Business Association.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Stephen Taylor, a freshman at Reynoldsburg High, helps Jordan Wooden, 11, shop for gifts to give his parents at the Secret Santa Shop held Dec. 6 as part of Reynoldsburg’s Christmas on the Towne.
Messenger photo by Rachel Scofield
Linda Barry of Reynoldsburg gives her grandson Brock Barry, 7, a quick push to help him slide down the hill behind the Livingston House in Reynoldsburg Dec. 6.
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