Yahoo Weather

You are here

Trail of Lights sets tone for season

<p>PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY</p><p>The Greenwood Trail of Lights opens on Sunday, December 1 and runs from 6-9 p.m. in Bell Park. It is installed annually by the Focus on Greenwood group with help from area businesses and students from Greenwood High School. A live nativity will become part of the Trail from December 16-19. Area volunteers will assume the roles of Mary, Joseph, the wise men and others in a lighted manger at the top of Bell Park. Donations are asked for at the entrance of the trail to help keep it open and provide funding to help area children in need.</p>

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

The Greenwood Trail of Lights opens on Sunday, December 1 and runs from 6-9 p.m. in Bell Park. It is installed annually by the Focus on Greenwood group with help from area businesses and students from Greenwood High School. A live nativity will become part of the Trail from December 16-19. Area volunteers will assume the roles of Mary, Joseph, the wise men and others in a lighted manger at the top of Bell Park. Donations are asked for at the entrance of the trail to help keep it open and provide funding to help area children in need.

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

The Greenwood Trail of Lights opens on Sunday, December 1 and runs from 6-9 p.m. in Bell Park. It is installed annually by the Focus on Greenwood group with help from area businesses and students from Greenwood High School. A live nativity will become part of the Trail from December 16-19. Area volunteers will assume the roles of Mary, Joseph, the wise men and others in a lighted manger at the top of Bell Park. Donations are asked for at the entrance of the trail to help keep it open and provide funding to help area children in need.

Close
The Greenwood Democrat website is available only to print and digital subscribers. If you are already a subscriber, you can access the website at no additional charge.