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  Meridian Ranch Festival of Trees

   The Festival of Trees was held at Meridian Ranch Nov. 30 through Dec. 7. All trees were available through a silent auction and proceeds went to nonprofit organizations or a family in need.
   
   
Most trees at the Meridian Ranch Festival of Lights had themes, this one by American Veteran Handyman Service had shades of green. The proceeds from this tree went to Mount Carmel Veterans Service.Evelyn Althaus, age 4, of Meridian Ranch, poses in front of her favorite tree. She and her mother were there to browse trees at the Festival of Trees, open to the public.
Businesses from the community provided the Christmas trees for the Festival of Trees at Meridian Ranch in Falcon. The companies selected a nonprofit charity or family in need, and the proceeds were donated to that organization or family. The trees were bid on via a silent auction. Among the companies included were Team Elevate Keller Williams Partners, Meridian Ranch, Mountain View Electric Association and All My Sons Moving and Storage. Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser
  
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  Falcon Tree Lighting

   The Falcon community’s second annual tree lighting took place Dec. 7. Festivities included an appearance from the Falcon Fire Protection District, a food truck, pictures with Santa, crafts, an ugly sweater contest, discounted food from the Purple Toad, Christmas carols from Grace community church and cinnamon rolls from Nana’s Kitchen. Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser
   
Carrie and Tim Geitner hosted the ugly sweater contest. Contestants were given numbers to pin to their sweater, and attendees were encouraged to vote for their favorites throughout the night.Dave Ahrens of Sellstate Alliance Realty presented two readings of “Twas the Night Before Christmas” for the children who attended the Falcon tree lighting event.
  
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