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North High Class of 2014 sponsoring holiday home tour Dec. 4

November 14, 2011

HAGERSTOWN — The North Hagerstown High School Class of 2014 will hold its holiday home tour Sunday, Dec. 4, from 2 to 6 p.m.  

This year’s tour features five homes, including the Paramount Farm, circa 1868, with trees throughout the home, including a rotating tree in the formal living room and a 13-foot tree with handcrafted 18-inch punched metal star towers in the great room; the granite stone “Snake House” decorated in an “English Christmas Tea” theme; a 1907 Foursquare home in the historic Oak Hill District, with more than 20 trees adorned with handmade and heirloom ornaments, as well as a carousel horse and an antique sleigh; the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired “Atomic Ranch” that will be transformed into a Christmas wonderland, including handmade stockings and family treasures; and a family home decorated as “A Traditional Christmas,” with ornaments and greenery throughout.

Tickets cost $20 and are available at North High. Tickets will also be available at each home on the day of the tour

Participants can begin the afternoon at any of the following addresses: 1401 Potomac Ave.; 13327 Fairfax Road; 19420 Longmeadow Road; 901 Oak Hill Ave.; and 13703 Spring Valley Circle.

For more information, call Teresa Schoeck at 301-992-7529 or send an email to teresaschoeck@gmail.com.

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