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By Bev Odom/The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — Twenty-four trees situated on the perimeter of the Collingsworth County Courthouse Square carry on a tradition that began only last year. Chamber volunteers recruited businesses and individuals to decorate a tree to add just a little more Christmas cheer to the holiday season.
“We appreciate all 24 businesses and individuals that decorated a tree,” said Eric Morton, chamber president. “We began our collection of trees with donations last year, and many participants supplied their own tree. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the beautiful square, take time to enjoy the cheerful ambiance the trees give the square, and enjoy the light displays on the courthouse lawn too.”
Taking part in the chamber-sponsored tree decorating activity are Cliff and Gwynna “Gigi” Waller, HUGS, Winter Wonderland, Mammy’s Daycare, Santa and Mrs. Claus, Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Wellington Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, RLC Construction, Carroll’s Flower’s & Gifts, Farmers Co-op Society #1, Two Rivers Family Restaurant, Angel’s Subs & Sweets, DeeDee’s Daycare, Panhandle Community Services, A&E Dog Grooming, Wellington Elementary 3rd Graders, Bawcom Supply, Collingsworth Chamber of Commerce, VFW Auxiliary, Collingsworth 4-H, TBerrys, Cowboy Coffee, Flawless Beauty and Rocket Boosters.