The next time you’re in Bridgeville’s business district, stop into the Bridgeville Area Historical Society to see one of the more unique local Christmas trees on display.
The Historical Society’s tree is decorated with 30-plus years of official White House Christmas ornaments. The tin ornaments depict notable moments in American presidential history, including Lincoln’s official portrait, Grover Cleveland’s wedding, and the White House to use electric lights (also during the Cleveland administration). The ornaments were donated by former Bridgeville resident Dana Spriggs.
The Bridgeville Area Historical Society, located at 441 Station Street, is open to the public Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.