This celebration of the Christmas spirit will begin inside at 7 p.m., Dec. 1 with congregational singing, and special music from The Joyful Noise Singers and an a cappella choir.Ronnie Mayes, pastor of Ashland’s Rose Hill Baptist Church – the hometown church of GAC officer and sophomore Ross Buskey – will deliver a holiday message.
Abby, a junior from Bullitt County, promises a large Christmas tree on which a member of each campus organization – and children in the audience – will be invited to place an ornament.
The program will then move outside – where luminaries will line Giddings Circle – and each person will hold a candle during the singing of “Silent Night” as the campus Christmas lights come on.
The student officers of GAC invite everyone to stay for hot chocolate and caroling. HOTG co-chairs Madison and Abby promise “TASTY hot chocolate this year!”
Madison, a senior from Georgetown, said, “I really hope to see a lot of families from my hometown share this special event with us in this, my last year.”