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Clearwater County History Center to hold tree decorating event

The Clearwater County History Center in Shevlin will be a festive scene for the month of December as more than 20 Christmas trees will be on display.

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The Clearwater County History Center is located at 264 First Street in Shevlin. (Pioneer file photo)
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SHEVLIN — The Clearwater County History Center in Shevlin will be a festive scene for the month of December as more than 20 Christmas trees will be on display.

Local organizations, businesses and families are welcome to reserve a tree to decorate and showcase their creative talent and promote their organization or business.

Participants can either reserve one of the historical society's trees or bring in their own.

Decorating will begin on Nov. 22 and go through Dec. 2, followed by a grand opening on Sunday, Dec. 4.

To reserve a tree or spot for a tree, call the history center at (218) 785-2000 by Nov. 1.

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