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Fallon’s longtime Christmas tradition

A long-standing tradition that brings the community together focuses on the annual Christmas Tree lighting. A tradition that dates to 1929 continues tonight at 6 p.m. despite the freezing temperatures. Hundreds of residents will crowd Maine Street to watch the 50-foot white fir Christmas tree light up. “It’s one of the best traditions our city has,” Mayor Ken Tedford Jr. said. “It’s starts the holiday season off right and gets the community involved.” Tedford said between 800-1,000 residents typically attend the event and are proud and seem TO enjoy the tree lighting no matter how cold it is outside. He …

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