Light The Park Event

Saturday, November 24th at 6p

Light The Park | Event

Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies, visit with Santa and watch Washington Park light up for the holiday season!

Saturday, November 24 at 6p in Washington Park.

Proudly presented by Blessing Health System

Activities

Enjoy cookies and hot chocolate as Santa & Mrs. Claus light the park! With a special introduction and from Buddy the Elf (Of Quincy Community Theatre’s Elf: The Musical)

Photo Opportunities with Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Buddy the Elf will be available at no charge after the lighting of the park.

Light The Park 2017

Presented by

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WAYS TO GIVE

VIA Check mailed to The District Office | 128 N 5th St. Quincy, IL

ONLINE | Click to Donate to Light The Park


2018 LIGHT THE PARK PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Presenting Sponsor:

Blessing Health System 

Tree Sponsor: 

Refreshment Services Pepsi

Wreath Sponsors:

Quincy Medical Group
Gardner Denver
Hauk & Owens, LLC
Quincy Firefighters Local 63
Lowe’s Home Improvement (Quincy)
97.9 KICK-FM
y101radio
Kohl Wholesale

Stocking Sponsors: 

Craig Industries
Western Catholic Union
Peoples Prosperity Bank
HomeBank
Mercantile Bank
First Bankers Trust Company, NA
State Street Bank
Glass One of Quincy IL.
Michelmann Steel Construction Company
Shottenkirk Automotive Group
Gray Hunter Stenn LLP – Quincy, IL
Rinella Quincy
Marco Technology
Revelry Quincy

Ornament Sponsor:

JH Concrete
Katherine Stumpf
Neil Oil Company
Craig Krilin
Bruce & Carla Guthrie
Madison & Davis Bicycle Shop
Schmiedeiskamp Robertson Neu
V & R Accounting, Inc
Ted Kemner
First Mid Bank & Trust
Kay Wilkinson
Winters Insurance
Bob & Judy Hays
Linda Moore
Lucy Burdewick
Zanger & Associates
Janice & Kurt Leimbach

Tinsel Sponsors: 

Ted & Tena Awerkamp
Terry & Kathy Anastas
Gail & PJ Henderson
Erin Wharton
Steve Edgar
Maggie and Aaron Strong
Kate Schuering
Robert & Sandra Moore
Adams & McReynolds
Rochelle Steinkamp

Every donation makes a difference! Thank you to all who have given! 

 

(Holiday Lights in Washington Park in the 1960s)