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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2006
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Daily photo by John Godbey

Making wreaths

Barbara Mullins, left, and Betty Jane Bryan were among several women who made more than 300 wreaths using fresh greenery for Saturday's annual Historic Decatur Christmas Tour.

The 3 to 8 p.m. event features open house at the Gaultney home, 305 Lafayette St. N.E., Blake home, 712 Line St. N.E., Rankin home, 1023 Sherman St. S.E., Freeman House, 651 Johnston St. S.E., and Geddes home, 651 Jackson St. S.E.

You also can take in a floral holiday decorating program with Scott Willis and Kathy Gray Clay, live Nativity scene, carriage rides and Calhoun Community College English professor Randy Cross' humorous talk, "Life Makes Me Laugh - Especially at Christmas."

Home tour tickets are $10. Cost for the tour and Cross' talk is $15. Advance tickets are available at Parisian, Sam Frank & Moore, Carnegie Visual Arts Center and Decatur-Morgan Convention and Visitors Bureau.

On tour day, tickets will be available at Old State Bank and Westminster Presbyterian Church from noon to 7 p.m. and the convention and visitors bureau from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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