The holiday season is in full effect, and in Lebanon that means Lebanon, and that means Lebanon started the season off with the festive holidays in the park, and impressive display of lights for the twilight parade.
The Lebanon Association for Theater Arts also helped kick of the holiday festvities with its annual Christmas show. LAFTA gave a chance to showcase Lebanon's local talent on stage and let everyone join in attending with a sing a long at the end of the show.
If you're not into wine and paint nights, or are under 21, Jennifer Pullium will host a class wherever you want it. Or if you do want a wine and paint night, she will host that class to provided that you bring the wine. Read more about her and her classes on A3.
Retirement, new addition
Congratulations to Patty Melson who retired last week from the Lebanon Police Department after working their for 30 years. Best of luck in retirement from the Lebanon Express.
While Melson is leaving a career with the city of Lebanon Matthew Apken will be starting as the city's new finance director. Apken will start with his hands full as the city starts on its annual budget process.
Apken is currently with Merina & Co., LLP, and has worked with the firm six years. For the past three years, he has been senior accountant/staff manager, managing the work of audit teams in the field and in the office.
Welcome to Lebanon!