Monday , May 27 2024

Last Night of Christmas Tree Lane

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The last night of Christmas Tree Lane saw huge lines of cars waiting to see all of the action.<br /><br />Long wait times have many people asking Christmas Tree Lane for longer hours and extending the tradition until New Years Day.<br /><br />For many the wait is worth it.&nbsp;<br /><br />&quot;Because this is a lot of work we decorate at our house and we do a marginal job, these guys must spend hours and days and I can imagine the electric bill,&quot; John Jason Rees said.<br /><br />A few families walked the lane despite the cold temperatures.<br /><br />&quot;It feels just right. It’s fun though right are you guys having fun. It’s fun but it takes too long,&quot; Monique Glaze said. <br /><br />Greg Kelish and his family moved to Christmas Tree Lane a year and a half ago. He says he was drawn to how the holiday even brings the community together. He and his wife designed their decorations with inspiration from what they love most, their daughter and their dogs. <br /><br />&quot;It’s just fantastic,&quot; Kelish said. &quot;Each night it just seems like it can’t get any more people and we still get more people and everybody is so friendly.&quot;<br /><br />Many families say Christmas Tree Lane is the perfect way to spend time together and reflect. <br /><br />&quot;We just want to send a shout out to all the veterans and active duty members that are currently not spending time with their families. We appreciate what you do and we love everybody,&quot; Rees said. <br /></div>

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