Christmas in the town of Mason


Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir were on hand at the lighting of the Mason town Christmas tree Thursday evening. The group sang carols, with the crowd joining in. Afterwards, popcorn and hot chocolate were served by town employees.


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Despite the rainy drizzle, many residents attended the annual Mason town Christmas tree. Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir sang Christmas carols, and refreshments were served following the ceremony. The colorful 16-foot tree stands in front of the town hall on Second Street. Pictured with the tree, former Mayor Agnes Roush


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Former Mayor Agnes Roush, pictured, was chosen as the person to throw the switch Thursday evening, lighting the Town of Mason Christmas tree. Roush is pictured as she prepares to flip the switch.


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Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir were on hand at the lighting of the Mason town Christmas tree Thursday evening. The group sang carols, with the crowd joining in. Afterwards, popcorn and hot chocolate were served by town employees.

Despite the rainy drizzle, many residents attended the annual Mason town Christmas tree. Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir sang Christmas carols, and refreshments were served following the ceremony. The colorful 16-foot tree stands in front of the town hall on Second Street. Pictured with the tree, former Mayor Agnes Roush

Former Mayor Agnes Roush, pictured, was chosen as the person to throw the switch Thursday evening, lighting the Town of Mason Christmas tree. Roush is pictured as she prepares to flip the switch.

Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir were on hand at the lighting of the Mason town Christmas tree Thursday evening. The group sang carols, with the crowd joining in. Afterwards, popcorn and hot chocolate were served by town employees.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/12/web1_12.2-Mason-1.jpgMembers of the Faith Baptist Church Choir were on hand at the lighting of the Mason town Christmas tree Thursday evening. The group sang carols, with the crowd joining in. Afterwards, popcorn and hot chocolate were served by town employees. Courtesy

Despite the rainy drizzle, many residents attended the annual Mason town Christmas tree. Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir sang Christmas carols, and refreshments were served following the ceremony. The colorful 16-foot tree stands in front of the town hall on Second Street. Pictured with the tree, former Mayor Agnes Roush
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/12/web1_12.2-Mason-2.jpgDespite the rainy drizzle, many residents attended the annual Mason town Christmas tree. Members of the Faith Baptist Church Choir sang Christmas carols, and refreshments were served following the ceremony. The colorful 16-foot tree stands in front of the town hall on Second Street. Pictured with the tree, former Mayor Agnes Roush Courtesy

Former Mayor Agnes Roush, pictured, was chosen as the person to throw the switch Thursday evening, lighting the Town of Mason Christmas tree. Roush is pictured as she prepares to flip the switch.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/12/web1_12.2-Mason-3.jpgFormer Mayor Agnes Roush, pictured, was chosen as the person to throw the switch Thursday evening, lighting the Town of Mason Christmas tree. Roush is pictured as she prepares to flip the switch. Courtesy