Lights to come down


Gallipolis in Lights member Randy Finney checks Christmas light connections in Gallipolis City Park Monday evening just as twilight begins to set in. Because of a wet holiday weekend, Finney wanted to make certain there were no problems or dangers posed by the electrical equipment in the park due to the ground being saturated with water. Finney anticipates the lights to come down this Sunday after New Year’s Day.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Gallipolis in Lights member Randy Finney checks Christmas light connections in Gallipolis City Park Monday evening just as twilight begins to set in. Because of a wet holiday weekend, Finney wanted to make certain there were no problems or dangers posed by the electrical equipment in the park due to the ground being saturated with water. Finney anticipates the lights to come down this Sunday after New Year’s Day.

Gallipolis in Lights member Randy Finney checks Christmas light connections in Gallipolis City Park Monday evening just as twilight begins to set in. Because of a wet holiday weekend, Finney wanted to make certain there were no problems or dangers posed by the electrical equipment in the park due to the ground being saturated with water. Finney anticipates the lights to come down this Sunday after New Year’s Day.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_DSC_0115.jpgGallipolis in Lights member Randy Finney checks Christmas light connections in Gallipolis City Park Monday evening just as twilight begins to set in. Because of a wet holiday weekend, Finney wanted to make certain there were no problems or dangers posed by the electrical equipment in the park due to the ground being saturated with water. Finney anticipates the lights to come down this Sunday after New Year’s Day. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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