By John F. Kaiser III – Navarro County Gazette

The air was crisp, but not too cold. Live music filled the air. Crowds of people walked about taking it all in; the lights, the rides, the vendors, the splendor of it all. Last night, November 19, Corsicana held it’s annual tree lighting ceremony downtown and from what I was able to see, a good amount of people turned out for the event.

Much more than just a giant lit tree and some fireworks, there were rides, axe throwing, and a giant inflatable slide. The Taco Station Food Truck was there, vendor booths were set up, and people were walking around selling light-up toys and balloons that could be seen from any vantage point as they illuminated everywhere they went. Even the cast from CHS’s High School: The Musical came out and performed, sharing their talent and promoting their upcoming production.

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