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Monday, November 4, 2013

Holiday lights go up in Hot Springs

Using Seiz Signs’ bucket truck, Hot Springs Parks Maintenance’s holiday lighting crew recently installed new 6-foot-high lighted wreaths on the upper façade of the Exchange Street Parking Plaza.  For 11 years, Seiz has partnered with the city to provide the height needed for the tallest holiday lighting structures downtown.

Pictured at top right is Parks Maintenance employee Eric Hendricks, with a District Court community service worker to his left.  In the bucket truck are Chris Baber and Keith Brown.

The annual downtown holiday lighting ceremony is scheduled for approximately 6 p.m. on Monday, November 25 at the plaza, following the downtown merchants’ annual Chili Cookoff event. The cookoff proceeds help defray the ongoing costs of the downtown holiday lighting program.

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