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Santa Claus came to town

Posted on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 at 11:48 am

Over the weekend, Warsaw’s Tractor Supply Company made sure to spread the Holiday cheer by hosting a Pet Photos with Santa event. On Saturday, December 14, locals dropped by the supply store with their four-legged family members to snap photos with Santa, while also being able to check out local business vendors.

The store hosted cats, dogs, ponies and more as children and parents posed with Santa. Tractor Supply even made sure to offer the photo-posers magnet frames for their Santa photos. Lisa LaGrange, Tractor Supply Company’s Warsaw Store Manager, stated that she is always looking for ways to bring the community together. She also stated that Tractor Supply is extremely supportive of its staff members creating and hosting events, such as the pet photos event, by supplying them with materials and resources to help put them together.

Tractor Supply Company teamed up with the 4-H Club, a club dedicated to teaching the Northern Neck’s youth about the values of rural living and traditions. Julie Johnson, the Leader of Richmond County’s Rural Living 4-H Club, was one of the vendors at Saturday’s event and stated that Tractor Supply is very supportive to local businesses and clubs and are open to local companies and organizations collaborating with them on future events.

LaGrange, stated that she and the store are always looking for opportunities to host events and vendors to bring the community together. She encourages local vendors to call Tractor Supply Company’s Warsaw location at 804-313-2090 if they are interested in setting up stands at the store, free of charge.

Locals can look forward to Warsaw’s Tractor Supply Company hosting another Pet Photos with Santa event, as well as a Christmas Ornament Craft event on Saturday, December 21 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. LaGrange mentioned that children can look forward to a surprise visit from the Grinch during the crafting event.

Pets came from all around to let Santa know they were good this year.