Delegates Nawrocki & Szeliga Share Christmas Message

District 7 Delegates Ryan Nawrocki and Kathy Szeliga submitted their Christmas message. They also share photos from the holiday events they attended in the region.

In honor of the upcoming Christmas holiday, the delegates wanted to take some time to highlight their favorite holiday traditions as well as the many local community events they have attended.

Delegate Kathy Szeliga enjoyed attending the St. Paul Lutheran Christmas Concert and watching her granddaughters perform. St. Paul’s is a small school in Kingsville that serves many wonderful families and is a treasure for school choice in Baltimore County. She will be baking Christmas cookies with her granddaughters in a few days, which has always been a favorite holiday tradition!

Delegate Ryan Nawrocki enjoyed visiting Hershey Park’s Christmas Candylane with his wife and five children. The weather was unseasonably warm, which made for a perfect day to tackle the outdoor rides. There’s nothing sweeter than Hershey! On Christmas Eve, he will be enjoying a traditional Polish meal of seven courses with his extended family. This is a delicious holiday favorite!

Enjoy these photos from the ten events that they attended across District 7A to celebrate the Christmas season with local citizens, community leaders, and elected officials. They hope to see you next year and wish you and your family a Merry Christmas!

Third Annual Perry Hall Holiday Jeep Crawl

White Marsh Holiday Parade

Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum Train Garden Grand Opening

Wilson Point Civic Improvement Association Christmas Party

Menorah Lighting Ceremony at The Avenue

St. John’s Episcopal Church and Greater Kingsville Civic Association Tree Lighting

Perry Hall Improvement Association Tree Lighting

Beltway Lending Kingsville Tree Lighting

Honeygo Village Center Tree Lighting

Middle River Parade of Lighted Boats

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Benjamin Joesph has covered news in Eastern Baltimore County since 2006. He started as a reporter with the original East County Times in 2006. He started East Baltco News and later in 2022.