Flyers were passed out in the community to advertise both "Caroling on a Flatbed" and the "Cookie Exchange" afterward.
Residents signed up to help by going to a blog post, calling, or responding via email. Thanks everyone.
Holly & Ann typed out songs for us.
Rich & Janel picked up the rental truck.
Ruth decorated the truck along with some other residents.
Thanks to Windy and Family for the hay.
Ah, that fit nicely.
Stringing lights along both sides.
William, the master of lights.
Thanks guys for helping out.
Nice truck, huh.
Spreading joy through the neighborhood, learning to be festive, having a great time.
Nice job, Ruth.
It's ready to go.
This family went all out.
Nice job Elliot. (You should've seen Elliot's Halloween costume too).
You'll have to bear with the camera because this is where pictures start to get very blurry here and there.
We had to dress to be warm. After all, we sang for a good 100+ minutes.
Thanks to Holly for providing us with candle lights. These were a huge hit, they were festive, and they sure helped us be able to see the words.
The crew putting in batteries. Teamwork.
Beam me up Scotty. Everyone got on the truck from the lift. Didn't our driver, Rich, do a good job?
We packed in tight. Some sat in chairs while others stood.
Thanks to Elliot & Kenny who ran out to ring door bells to let residents know we were coming around.
Residents sang well. Maybe we'll have to cut an album someday. :)
He fell asleep in his chair.
This house has amazing lights. Way to go.
All the kids had a great time.
Quite a few people jumped on to join us. We picked up these two fairly early on in the journey. We picked up probably 10 people or so while going through the neighborhood.
After caroling, we headed to a house on Ramsgate for a cookie exchange. It was nice to be in a warm and comfortable house. It was great to have quite an assortment of cookies too.
Thank you to Linda & David for opening up your home. Your hospitality was a blessing to all of us. What a nice thing to do for neighbors.
The photos from this point on in the album were taken by David Goard, a resident. Thanks for the images.