The annual Lions Club Christmas Home Tour will start Saturday, December 6 at 4 o’clock, according to Bill Smith, chairman of the event. Five homes plus Cannon Inn are on the list this year and of course, the Lions Club Building where the tour starts. Tickets are available from any Lions Club member at $5. All proceeds go to the Lions Club fund to help in their work to prevent blindness.
Homes to be visited include:
Bobby and Brenda Francis home just past the old shirt factory building in Auburntown,
Martha Rolman’s home (known by many as the Leonard Banks home) at 213 College St., Woodbury,
Grady and Carol George home at 2362 Short Mountain Road in the Center Hill community,
Trent and Cassandra Hancock home on Smithtown road just off Cherry Springs Road in the Center Hill community,
The Cannon Inn is in Edgefield. This is the Rilla McFerrin Massey home with the annex added.
The first Saturday in December is starting to be known as “Super Saturday.” In addition to the home tour, the day begins with a Lions Breakfast with Santa. At noon the Lions Christmas Parade will travel thru Woodbury.