Christmas Comes To An End

Cloudy skies and a few stray showers didn’t keep the crowds away from Saturday’s annual Christmas tree burn at Lime Kiln. There were plenty of trees for the burning as the city of Lexington supplied discarded trees picked up at curbside in the days after Christmas. Participants were invited to bring their own trees and assorted greenery to contribute to the fire. The annual event has become a popular social gathering marking the end of the holidays. An after-party was held later that evening at the Devils B

Cloudy skies and a few stray showers didn’t keep the crowds away from Saturday’s annual Christmas tree burn at Lime Kiln. There were plenty of trees for the burning as the city of Lexington supplied discarded trees picked up at curbside in the days after Christmas. Participants were invited to bring their own trees and assorted greenery to contribute to the fire. The annual event has become a popular social gathering marking the end of the holidays. An after-party was held later that evening at the Devils Backbone Outpost. For more photos of the tree burning, see page B4. (Joann Ware photo)

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