Christmas in my Home Town

This year marks the 15th anniversary of “Christmas in My Hometown.” From its debut, it has become a wonderful holiday tradition.  

The variety show is fashioned after the holiday specials of TV’s early days, where stars were joined by their families in a cozy front room setting. “We are trying to recreate what we remember of the old Andy Williams Christmas programs, that feeling of being invited into their home for a warm and cheerful holiday gathering,” says Ron George, the show’s creator.

Planning for the show starts in July and from then until Showtime we are building sets, learning songs, adding new props to the show, and always trying to outdo our last performance. From the beginning, Christmas in My Home Town has been a family affair.  

My wife Sharron collects goodies all year to makes up all the Baskets that are part of our fundraising efforts. Our son Doug and his wife Julie, along with our daughter Rhonda and her husband George, help with setting up and tearing down the set, as well as helping their mother  prepare the food to feed the 300 plus cast members.

 
Christmas in My Home Town has been a labor of Love for the entire cast and crew. Helping to keep the School music programs in place for future generations, Is our passion!!!!!

Donations

  • Steve & Stacey Hobbs 
    • $100 
    • 1 mo
  • Anonymous 
    • $100 
    • 1 mo
  • Sharron George 
    • $100 
    • 1 mo

Organizer

Ronald George 
Organizer
Vacaville, CA
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