By ROBERT S. MERRILL
WESTON – Residents of Weston, the county and beyond are invited to see something new on this city’s historic downtown main street this Christmas season.
A wooden Nativity and Santa Claus scene has generously been donated for use by the city, said Mayor Camille Larsen. “It’s right by city hall. This has made the area really festive,” she said.
Ken Lamb, who moved to Weston several months ago from Plymouth, Utah, donated the displays to the city, according to councilman Van Woodward.
“This is the first time we’ve put up the displays. They look really neat, especially at night when they are lit up. We certainly want to thank Mr. Lamb for his donation. In the future the city plans every Christmas season to add to what we’ve got now,” he said.
Lamb said he moved to the Weston community several months ago and had the hand-made decorations stored at his house.
This story is sponsored by Franklin County Home Health and Hospice.
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