As Christmas Day approaches, the Tomah area prepares for Dec. 25 through music, displays and lights. The Tomah Area School District has performed a series of winter concerts, and Bethlehem Village, a series of displays to depict the Holy Land at the time of Jesus’ birth, was set up for two days in the indoor shelter at Winnebago Park. The Tomah Lioness Club also held its annual Breakfast with Santa Dec. 9 at the Knights of Columbus hall.

The light display continues at Winnebago Park, and volunteers will be at the entrance asking those who drive through to make a donation to Tomah’s Neighbor for Neighbor Food Pantry.


Tomah Journal editor

Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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