It is redecorated with relaxing neutral and earth tones, from the sunroom to the cozy breakfast nook. The light fixtures, kitchen counters, and floor coverings have been replaced, including the addition of red oak hardwood in the kitchen and entry.
The cozy holiday décor includes a crystal tree and memorabilia from the couple's 20 years with Ace Hardware, featuring the train set under the tree and the "Handy Man" Santa. The main Christmas tree is a "memory tree" filled with ornaments made by the kids, gifts from family and friends and vacation decorations.
The tour will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and cost is $8 per person. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Almost Home, 17 W. Franklin St.; Treasures on the Square, 2 W. Washington St.; Eitel's Flowers and Gifts, 17 S. Vine St.; Ambler-Hill Florists, 100 W. Walnut St.; and Curves, 45 Putnam Plaza.
In addition, holiday wreaths decorated and donated by members of the community will be a part of the first holiday home tour silent auction. Wreaths will be on display in the community room on the lower level of First National Bank.
Bids for the wreaths may be placed any time during the home tour with the highest bid to be determined at 5 p.m. Cookies, punch and coffee will be served.