Why Minnesotans Will Be Ringing Bells on Christmas Eve
We've all been through a lot in 2020. This year has been great for some and utterly awful for others. That's exactly why Minnesotans are trying to end things on a high note...literally.
At 6 o'clock on Christmas Eve, you're asked to ring bells outside your home for two minutes and participate in the Christmas Eve Jingle! But, you might want to let your neighbors know what's going on, you know, so they don't turn into Scrooge.
According to the Facebook event page created by Naomi Longoria from Indiana, the bell ringing is a way to, 'spread Christmas spirt and to help Santa fly his sleigh.'
It's something everyone can do too. You don't have to have a bell to help jingle jangle. You can use your keys, a wind chime or anything else that sounds like a bell.
So far, over 114.9 thousand people have already signed on to the event and listed themselves as participating. The news has traveled all the way to Minnesota. Another 490 thousand people have RSVP'd as interested in participating...you know, if they remember.
So, tell a friend, share the event with family and encourage your Minnesota neighbor to participate and let's all spread some much needed holiday cheer on Christmas Eve. Santa's going to need all the help he can navigating his way through the pandemic.