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Tickets on sale for Holiday Home Tour

December 2, 2010

Tickets are for sale now for the December 5 Holiday Home Tour & Tea sponsored by the Starkville Civic League.
Held in conjunction this year with the Starkville Main Street Association’s Starkville Holiday Bazaar, Starkville Community Market’s Community Christmas Tree Lighting and Market, and the Greater Starkville Development Partnership’s Christmas Parade, the Holiday Home Tour and Tea will feature four homes for viewing in Sherwood Forest, including Carey and Bonnie Hardin, Robert & Vicki Katz, Tom and Lynda McReynolds and Amy Tuck.

Festivities begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Starkville Public Library for refreshments, and homes will be available for viewing from 2 to 5 p.m.
Refreshments will be served until 5 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and may be purchased at the Book Mart & Café (downtown location), Montgomery Jewelers, Greater Starkville Development Partnership Welcome Center, and from any civic league member. All proceeds from the project will be used for community service projects and donations by the Starkville Civic League.
Past projects include: purchased urns and landscaped with plants at the University Drive entrance of Oddfellows Cemetery, contributed to the purchase of the Old Main District clock on Main Street, made financial contributions to Firefighter’s Park, Habitat for Humanity, Crisis Pregnancy Center, Safe Haven Abuse Center, and Oktibbeha County Humane Society, and most recently purchased Christmas banners adorning Main Street.
For more information about the Holiday Home Tour and Tea or the Starkville Civic League, please contact Genevieve Swartzberg at ggmel@bellsouth.net.

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