Photo Gallery: Monongahela chamber hosts holiday celebration
The Monongahela Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual holiday celebration “Santa Claus is Shopping in Town” Friday night.
Among the many activities were entertainment by local DJs, the Ringgold High School band, and acoustic performers, raffles and giveaways at local businesses, photos with Santa, historic church tours, and face painting.
Fireworks capped off the night's festivities.
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