Harris County, Ga. (WRBL) – Inspite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the rainy climate cleared up just in time for Santa to continue to keep his Christmas Eve tradition of gracing the streets of Pine Mountain.
Santa begins his journey at the Pine Mountain hearth department at 6:00pm sharp. He will make his way by means of the overall town right up until he’s visited every single street.
Though Santa rides by in his sled and toy prepare, firefighters go out candy to any boy or girl who comes out to see him.
The Pine Mountain Hearth Section has been retaining this custom alive for 24 yrs straight as of tonight.
Fire Main Thomas Scott suggests kids are not the only types who line the streets. People of all ages head out to catch a glimpse of Santa and his sleigh passing by.
“You would not imagine it, as a little town fire chief, how lots of phone calls I have gotten this week wanting to make guaranteed this is going to come about you know due to the situations,” said Scott. “And just say hey, ya know we are living on these types of and this kind of avenue, what time do you imagine you’re heading to be there, so it suggests a whole lot to the city.”
Chief Scott extra that it signifies even far more because of the uncommon holiday instances thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It made use of to choose Santa almost a few several hours to finish his entire route. Nonetheless, now there are two Santas that break up up the journey to make absolutely sure all concerned can get household to their family members and appreciate Xmas Eve.