Holiday caroling in Summit is set for this Sunday, Dec. 11.
The annual Caroling For A Cause, which is sponsored by SNA in cooperation with The Miriam Hospital, features a band of singers tramping through the neighborhood giving voice to the festive season and soliciting contributions of peanut butter or cash from residents to benefit the St. Raymond’s food pantry.
Everyone, including families with children, is invited to gather at 4 p.m. at the hospital for hot chocolate and cookies. At 4:30, the group will proceed along Sixth Street to Bayard, then to Fifth, then to Summit and on to Fourth, where it will end the evening in the parking lot of Seven Stars bakery on Hope Street about 6:30.
Songbooks will be provided, but participants should bring flashlights to read the words. There will also be singing leaders, so no one should worry about not being able to carry a tune.
Be sure to dress warmly, as the forecast is for chilly weather – but that won’t chill our spirits.