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Christmas convoy

Christmas convoy: It was parade of eight transit buses and two Handi-darts (plus about 25 automobiles) Sunday participating in the annual Christmas Lights Tour organized by the Willow Point Lions. Organizers said there were about 350-375 people taking part. Lit up properties like this one were the attraction on the tour. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Christmas convoy: It was parade of eight transit buses and two Handi-darts (plus about 25 automobiles) Sunday participating in the annual Christmas Lights Tour organized by the Willow Point Lions. Organizers said there were about 350-375 people taking part. Lit up properties like this one were the attraction on the tour.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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