If you’ve ever been to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, you know the first thing that hits you when you walk in the door is the smell of popcorn. It immediately sets a feeling of being very user-friendly for munchkins.
With the holidays moving at a non-stop pace, TSRHC is adding to the sensory systems with its annual lighting and decorating of the Holiday Trees tonight.
It’s not your typical turn on a switch, the tree is lit and everyone goes home event. Heavens, no. We’re talking Scottish Rite, please!
The program starts at 5:45 p.m. with the giant tree being lit by TSRHC Trustee Ralph Wayne and TSRHC patient, four-year old Avery Taylor of Plano. Then more than 400 volunteers from community organizations will be decorate 50 holiday trees located throughout the hospital.
Of course, Santa will be on hand along with the Town North Concert Band. He’s no dummy. Santa always knows where the best boys and girls are.