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Volunteers Needed To Help Decorate Courthouse

This article first appeared in issue 9, and was written by Staff.

The annual Christmas in Coumbia celebration will be held the first Saturday in December.

Volunteers are needed for event preparation and Chamber of Commerce Christmas festival chairperson June Parson is hoping that she will receive plenty of help.

Decorations at the Courthouse will begin on the Monday after Thanksgiving weekend.

A recent non-scientific survey was conducted around the square to ask for preferences in downtown decorations.

Traditional was the word used most often. Every person asked wanted to keep the single white candle light burning in each courthouse window. Started by the Chamber of Commerce some years ago, this has become a favorite holiday look.

In addition, the top choices for downtown decorations were green wreaths and garlands with red bows and small white lights.

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