Celebrating the start of the season

Monday, December 12, 2016

Vehicles with the Mountain Home Fire Department rolls down American Legion Boulevard as local residents gather along the street during the Christmas Parade of Lights event on Friday. Hundreds of people braved the evening's chilly weather to enjoy the procession of parade floats and vehicles decked out in holiday lights.

Addison Lamb joins Mayor Rich Sykes as they light the mayoral tree in Carl Miller Park following this year's parade. In addition to the tree, the park remains illuminated with dozens of individual trees that were sponsored by local businesses.
After riding in the parade, Santa and Mrs. Claus paid a stop at the community park, where they were greeted by dozens of children, many of whom revealed their Christmas wish lists.
Members of the local Bark and Moo 4-H club pose for a group photo as they wait for the parade to
The world of Whoville came to life last week with children and adults posing as characters from the classic Dr. Seuss tale.
Rylli Matthai checks out one of the pre-lit trees adorning Carl Miller Park.
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  • Michael Sepehri and family wish every one Merry Christmas and Happy New year.

    -- Posted by Michael Sepehri on Tue, Dec 13, 2016, at 9:07 PM
    Response by Brenda Fincher, Publisher, MHNews:
    Merry Christmas from the Mountain Home News Staff as well!
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