Decorating our Police Station for the Holidays
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Do you remember earlier this year when we pretty much gutted the break room at our local Police Station and gave it a complete makeover? If you missed that post, you can see it here.
I decided to swing by a few days ago with a Christmas tree and holiday goodies to spread a little holiday cheer ;).
I grabbed a bunch of candies and chocolate goodies from HomeGoods and filled two storage containers with sweet treats.
Yes, that’s me stringing bell garland ;).
Out of all the new additions to the break room earlier this year, the 3 candy jars below are the most popular.
The candy jars are Sergeant Josh Nunnemacher’s favorite!
Detective Matt Bohanan LOVES pizza.
Officer McGee found the cookies in the Santa cookie jar!
Thank you to Tyra at Lavoie Family Tree for the adorable tree and Market 32 for the Poinsettias!
Today I am going to be a wrapping machine! Can you believe Christmas is in 7 days?
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How kind of you to think of our law enforcement folks! This is a great idea for everyone to do.
Merry Christmas! It is so sweet that you would do something for the Police Department. I was a police officer in the late 70’s and the only cheers was the cookies I bought to my fellow officers compliments of my Chef Father. You are a blessed woman and I thank you and I love the candid shots.
Awe! It came out so nice! I bet they spend all of their time in that beautiful little festive break room!
This shows just how generous you are. Most people are so busy at this time of the season they don’t have time for something this sweet. I am amazed by your energy, organization and thoughtfulness. You are what the holiday is all about…giving of yourself, not just during the holiday season but all year through. Thank you for sharing so generously and blessing us with your posts. Merry Christmas and a Happy and healthy New Year to you and the entire wonderful family.