Volunteers needed to decorate Diamond for the holidays
It is time to decorate the Diamond for the Christmas holiday season.
If you would like to help with this holiday tradition, arrive on the Diamond at 9 a.m. Nov. 17. Families are invited to help with the project as a way to begin a new family tradition. Groups can incorporate the volunteer hours towards a community service project.
Volunteers are needed to hang garland around the bandstand and strings of lights on the trees in the Diamond. Additional volunteers are needed to load and unload the wooden Christmas displays and assemble them around the Diamond.
The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsored decorating project is chaired by Benji Burns and Holly Mowrey.
The chamber is also looking for someone to donate an 11-foot Christmas tree for the bandstand. Call the chamber office at 724-238-4200.
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