Packing up Christmas in the Park


Despite the chilly temperatures, volunteers were out Tuesday, Jan. 5, dismantling Christmas in the Park. Pictured above, Caudle Mann, left, and Hack Watts, right, were removing displays and wiring near the entrance of the park. This year it was reported that more than 20,000 vehicles, or more than 555 a night, visited the annual display.


Allen McComas, right, and Dorsey Jeffrey, left, prepare to move wiring and electronic equipment out of Chief Logan State Park on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Following the damage of displays and theft of wiring in the summer of 2014, such items have been stored in a secure location out of the park.


Despite the chilly temperatures, volunteers were out Tuesday, Jan. 5, dismantling Christmas in the Park. Pictured above, Caudle Mann, left, and Hack Watts, right, were removing displays and wiring near the entrance of the park. This year it was reported that more than 20,000 vehicles, or more than 555 a night, visited the annual display.

Allen McComas, right, and Dorsey Jeffrey, left, prepare to move wiring and electronic equipment out of Chief Logan State Park on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Following the damage of displays and theft of wiring in the summer of 2014, such items have been stored in a secure location out of the park.

Despite the chilly temperatures, volunteers were out Tuesday, Jan. 5, dismantling Christmas in the Park. Pictured above, Caudle Mann, left, and Hack Watts, right, were removing displays and wiring near the entrance of the park. This year it was reported that more than 20,000 vehicles, or more than 555 a night, visited the annual display.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_front1-CMYK.jpgDespite the chilly temperatures, volunteers were out Tuesday, Jan. 5, dismantling Christmas in the Park. Pictured above, Caudle Mann, left, and Hack Watts, right, were removing displays and wiring near the entrance of the park. This year it was reported that more than 20,000 vehicles, or more than 555 a night, visited the annual display.

Allen McComas, right, and Dorsey Jeffrey, left, prepare to move wiring and electronic equipment out of Chief Logan State Park on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Following the damage of displays and theft of wiring in the summer of 2014, such items have been stored in a secure location out of the park.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_front2-CMYK.jpgAllen McComas, right, and Dorsey Jeffrey, left, prepare to move wiring and electronic equipment out of Chief Logan State Park on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Following the damage of displays and theft of wiring in the summer of 2014, such items have been stored in a secure location out of the park.
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