HAGERSTOWN - Six-year-old Joseph Wolfe brought his festive Christmas spirit to the right place Saturday night.
The Hagerstown resident attended the annual City Park Lighting wearing antlers and a red, blinking nose.
"I'm Rudolph," said Joseph, who was persistent in making it clear he was there as Santa's lead reindeer.
Joseph also had an opinion of the newly lighted park.
"I like best ... the panda bear skating," he said. "It's cute. I like that."
Hagerstown Community Affairs Director Karen M. Giffin said the city has been lighting the park for at least 14 years.
This year's illumination included 16 lighted decorations around the lake, including a lighted Santa sitting in a boat on the lake fishing, and a 25-foot blinking Colorado blue spruce Christmas tree topped with a star in the middle of the lake.
The tree was donated by Marsha Guderjohn of Hagerstown.
Frank Nuice, a traffic signal technician for the city's Department of Public Works, said it took a crew of six people about two weeks to set up the decorations.