The public is invited to attend Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman’s Holiday Open House Wednesday, December 19, 2–4 p.m., at his office, City Hall, 202 S. Fifth St. Guests are asked to remember the homeless among us this Christmas season; items will be collected to be distributed by local helping agencies. Those agencies suggest donating these items, among others: hats, gloves, scarves, toiletries, socks, blankets, or sleeping pads.
The Open House is a way to show appreciation to the many folks who make Goshen a great place. According to Mayor Stutsman, “Committed employees and dedicated board, commission and committee members are important. But it is also critical that we have a multitude of caring neighbors and general citizens who care about this community. The Open House is an opportunity to visit with folks who care about their community and express thanks.”