Santa visits Ruthsburg Community Center
RUTHSBURG — At the Ruthsburg Community Center on Sunday morning, Dec. 18, local children stood in line to put in their last minute requests to the man in charge — Santa Claus. The community center hosted breakfast with Santa, and Santa’s many helpers were seen bustling about in the kitchen preparing lots of tasty breakfast treats for young and old alike.
Notably, the wish list of must have “toys” tended toward all things agriculture. Will Kraszewski, age 4, asked Santa to bring him a real John Deere tractor. A combine would be okay too, said Will.
Not to be undone, Cooper MacGlashan, age 6, from Centreville, also asked for a tractor with a wagon, and his brother Max, age 4, put in his request for a 4-wheeler and whoopee cushion.
Bryson Butler from Bar-
clay, hoped Santa might have a little leverage over his mom. He was asking Santa for a “real, live snake,” but his mom had already told him, “no way, Jose.”
And finally, maybe Santa’s most original request on Sunday, came from Duncan Butler. “I’d really like a big car set,” said Duncan, “but I need a blow dryer for my goat!”.
With such well-mannered, sincere children making their plea, it is certain that Santa will be visiting many houses from Queen Anne to Sudlersville and all around Queen Anne’s County, this coming Sunday.
Cooper MacGlashan, age 6, left, and brother Max, age 4, of Centreville chat with Santa at the Ruthsburg Community Center.