The Secret Service was out in full power at the Number One Observatory Circle last weekend and it was not for the reason you may think. VP Mike Pence and his better half Karen hosted Secret Service individuals and their families for a dinner and get together to respect them for their service.
On Twitter he posted,
“Honored to host the selfless and dedicated men and women of the Secret Service.”
Honored to host the selfless and dedicated men & women of the @SecretService for a Christmas party this afternoon. Karen and I enjoyed meeting their families and thanking them for their service! pic.twitter.com/BYUXWtTwOn
— Vice President Mike Pence (@VP) December 16, 2017
One picture demonstrates the Vice President twisting around with a child of one of his Secret Service officers and giving him a play car toy. We can see on the picture below that the little boy was wearing a sweater and a necktie. Every one of the children had the chance to see the various Christmas Trees around the house and additionally visit with the Vice President and his significant other.
When talking about the occasion the Vice President presented on Twitter that he and Karen,
“Enjoyed meeting their families and thanking them for their service!”
The photos of the occasion demonstrate how wonderfully enriched their home was. Turns out that more than forty volunteers offered their time to have the opportunity to improve the Vice Presidential residence for free. Well they incorporated their decorations with a bountiful door wreath and a large star on the wall.
We appreciate the 40 volunteers who helped to decorate the Vice President’s Residence for the #Christmas season! Take a look at the video…they did a wonderful job! We love it! Thank you!! pic.twitter.com/zMIGU8emIB
— Karen Pence (@SecondLady) December 12, 2017
As our source informed us, different grandstands in the house show a perfect Nativity scene, a flawless and vast Gingerbread house, mantle candles, stockings, and a Christmas tree with presents underneath as of now.
Right before the Secret Service occasion occurred the presidential and vice presidential Christmas cards were taken and conveyed.
In the spirit of Christmas and the holidays, our Second Lady has also done innumerable other projects to bring Christmas to others, apart from hosting the Secret Service. White House noted it in one of their press releases,
“As Christmas approaches, Second Lady Karen Pence visited with children receiving medical care to give them coloring books and crayons while also offering encouraging words to them and their families. First, Mrs. Pence visited patients, families, and staff members at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. Upon arrival, she was greeted by Katie Wallace, the Child Life Coordinator, and Eileen Ferrell, Chief Nursing Officer. The staff led Mrs. Pence to the in-patient area where she met with young patients. The Second Lady spoke with the children and their families and gave them coloring books and crayons. Then, Mrs. Pence visited the pediatric outpatient hematology/oncology clinic. There, she visited the art therapy program that is provided by Tracy’s Kids.
She gave a child who was meeting with one of the art therapists a coloring book and crayons. She gave the art therapist a charm bracelet in appreciation for her work in art therapy. “The children at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital provide so much inspiration and hope,” said Mrs. Pence. “I was encouraged by the positive spirits and laughter and appreciate the opportunity to share some time with them during this holiday season.” “We’re so pleased to have a visit from Mrs. Pence to help brighten the days of our sick children who unfortunately must be hospitalized so close to the holidays,” said Eileen Ferrell, Chief Nursing Officer. “We thank her for the smiles she spread here today at MedStar Georgetown.”
Mrs. Pence also visited children at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC. Upon arrival, the Second Lady was greeted by Julie Lowe, Director of Marketing and Community Engagement, and Dustin Davis, Director of Operations. Then, Mrs. Pence met with children and their families and gave them coloring books and crayons. To date, the two Ronald McDonald Houses in Washington, DC and Fairfax, Virginia have served over 23 Pediatric departments from 16 hospitals and doctors’ offices, including children from Neonatal ICU, Cardiac ICU, Pediatric Transplant, and Hematology and Oncology.”
We all know that our Trump’s administration is doing everything to protect, honor and enhance the services that are provided to our veterans. This also goes for the law enforcement and the Secret Service, for example this party is showing that. We are lucky to have leaders recognizing the value of our hard working Americans that keep us and our country safe. We have no doubt that the White House will constantly keep providing respectable awareness for the service taht service members deserve.
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