Fort Indiantown Gap will host a public tree-lighting ceremony and social gathering at the community club on the base at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6.

The ceremony will take place outside the club, at the intersection of Fisher and Clement avenues. The social gathering with refreshments will follow immediately afterwards inside the club.

There will also be a visit from Santa Claus, who will arrive on a Stryker armored vehicle operated by soldiers with the Pennsylvania National Guard.

All traffic must use the main access control point on Fisher Avenue, and all adults must show a valid state or federally issued photo ID.

The Pennsylvania Military Share Program is also holding a holiday food drive and invites attendees to bring nonperishable food items, including canned and boxed foods, packaged cereals and snacks, to donate.

The tree-lighting ceremony is a holiday season tradition held annually at Fort Indiantown Gap. This family-friendly, community-wide celebration brings together members of the local community, Fort Indiantown Gap employees, military personnel and their families.

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