New Christmas Lights in Falls City

(KLZA)-- A favorite holiday activity for many people is to ride around and look at Christmas lights.

This year, Falls City has unveiled new decorations along Highway 73, which is Harlan Street and around the Richardson County Courthouse. 

Falls City Chamber / Main Street Director David Branch says donations made the new decorations possible.  The Richardson County Visitors Committee, F & M Bank, the City of Falls City and many individuals and companies donated toward the lights. Even with an early purchase 40 percent discount the price tag was still $45,000.

There are new wreaths and garland around the Courthouse. There are 27, 6-foot, L.E.D. snowflakes hung on Harlan Street. There are also three new entrance signs that were put up.  

Branch praised the Falls City Line Crew for the work they had to accomplish to get the new lights up. That work included re-wiring the poles the snow flakes are hanging on. 

Another new entrance sign will be put up next year.  One of the poles that supports the sign, was taken down and has not yet been re-set.  

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