“Here we come a-wassailing” was heard on the streets of Summit on as members -- both young and old -- and friends of St. John’s Lutheran Church greeted and serenaded shoppers, diners, residents, and travelers throughout the Hilltop City with the joyous sound of Christmas carols.

Accompanied by trumpeters Stephanie Rothman and Pastor Gladys G. Moore, the group was joined at several locations by people who stopped to listen in or sing along. A special visit to the Vito Gallo senior residence was the final stop on the itinerary.

Kirsten Meyer (French horn), Nick Meyer (trombone), Mark Nedde (trombone), and Harold Clark (tuba) added their instruments to the ensemble at Vito Gallo so that the carolers and residents sang and heard “Silent Night,” “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” “Joy to the World,” “Jingle Bells,” and many other familiar and well-loved carols. The group enjoyed refreshments afterward.

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