Jakes Place in Oak Point was alive with activity as residents and visitors awaited the arrival of Santa to light the Town Christmas Tree. The visitors were treated to free hot chocolate and cookies, a jump house, pony rides, and of course a visit with Santa and Ms. Clause.
LITTLE ELM, TX – The official lighting of the tree, the fireworks, and the parade all promoted the holidays as the Christmas festivities began at the Little Elm Park. There was a train for everyone to enjoy giving rides around the area. Reindeer were present for the kids. Santa’s Village was an active area as kids visited his miniature houses. Lines formed…Read More
Holiday spirit was out and around Little Elm as Santa visited most areas riding on a fire truck and giving candy to the kids. This is the tenth year for these visits that occur just before Christmas. Santa rides through the neighborhoods and around town on the fire truck waving to all, as the sirens go off to alert the areas he…Read More
“Breakfast with Santa. the Little Elm Lions Club’s major fundraiser was a big success,” said CJ Stooksberry, who coordinated this year’s efforts. Kirk McGraw, president of the local club agreed that it had a good attendance and well presented to the public. Little Elm High School volunteers dressed up as helper elves and Santa Claus. Hundreds were served a great breakfast, with…Read More
The Little Elm Lions Club event was a resounding success according to Lion President Kirk McCraw. The venders lined the path into the breakfast area where volunteers served hundreds of meals to residents and visitors. Many came back for seconds. The American Legion volunteers could be seen outside cooking the pancakes as fast as possible. There were volunteers from the American Legion…Read More