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Serving the community during the holidays

by | Nov 23, 2022 | Area news, Latest

Christmas is a busy time for families as they prepare for Santa Claus’s visit and for getting ready for holiday meals at Grandma’s house.

It’s also a busy period of the year for the Farmersville Rotary Club, which is committed to getting involved in community projects that will last through December.

Farmersville Lights kicks off on Dec. 1 with Farmersville Parkway being lit up for the third year in a row. That’s one project the Rotary club will be involved in by helping where needed.

This is the third annual Farmersville Lights exhibit which runs through December. It began at the end of 2020 when Mayor (and Rotarian) Bryon Wiebold decided the city’s residents and visitors to Farmersville needed some cheering up in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which had forced cancellation of several community events.

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