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On An Open Fire

Friday, November 20, 2009

This home, owned by Randy and Kathleen List at 100 Hilltop Lane, has been decorated in his-and-her style. The eclectic décor, refinished auction pieces and mix of everyday practical items makes it very inviting. It is also one of six homes on the Delta Theta Tau sorority 27th annual Holiday Home Tour from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The highlight for Randy is the "man room," as dubbed by friends. It contains a pool table, jukebox, pinball machine, slot machines and more. For Kathleen, the simple things -- a dining room with refinished pieces and the get-a-way, which is a small newly enclosed porch for coffee, lunch with friends or enjoying the view. To tour the Lists' home and five others, purchase tickets 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.

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??? Is the home tour Sat. the 21st or SUNDAAAY the 22nd?

This article is for Sat. But yesterday the McCune's say's Sunday?

It isn't 2 days?

-- Posted by macvrod on Fri, Nov 20, 2009, at 4:41 PM

It's Sunday. It says that right in the article...

"It is also one of six homes on the Delta Theta Tau sorority 27th annual Holiday Home Tour from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday."

-- Posted by bannerreader on Sun, Nov 22, 2009, at 1:00 AM

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