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Christmas tree forest opens
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Christina Rowland photo.There has been a steady stream of trees going in the door at the McClanahan house this week as the Historical Society prepares for their annual Christmas Tree Forest that opens this Sunday, Dec. 2 from 1 to 4 p.m.  Shirley O'Neil, presdient of the historical society, said this year's forest will feature alomst 20 trees and as late as Friday organizations, schools and indivduals were still comign in to decorate there trees. The forest will be open from Dec. 2 through Dec. 16 with hoours varying by the day. Entry is free but the historical Society asks that patrons bring a cangood that will be donated to The Vineyard.
Christina Rowland photo.There has been a steady stream of trees going in the door at the McClanahan house this week as the Historical Society prepares for their annual Christmas Tree Forest that opens this Sunday, Dec. 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. Shirley O'Neil, presdient of the historical society, said this year's forest will feature alomst 20 trees and as late as Friday organizations, schools and indivduals were still comign in to decorate there trees. The forest will be open from Dec. 2 through Dec. 16 with hoours varying by the day. Entry is free but the historical Society asks that patrons bring a cangood that will be donated to The Vineyard.
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There was a steady stream of trees going in the door at the McClanahan House this week as the Historical Society prepares for their annual Christmas Tree Forest that opened Dec. 2. It will be open periodically after that. On Dec. 5 the house will be open from 1 - 4p.m. Shirley O’Neil, president of the society, said this year’s forest will feature almost 20 trees and, as late as Friday, organizations, schools and individuals were still coming in to decorate their trees. The forest will be open from Dec. 2 through Dec. 16 with hours varying by the day. Entry is free, but the Historical Society asks that patrons bring a canned good that will be donated to The Vineyard.

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