Downtown decorations

Josie Bailey (left), 12, and Aiden Langston, 13, both of Paducah, work together as volunteers Saturday morning garnishing light poles and benches with holiday decorations in downtown Paducah. This yearly holiday tradition, hosted by Turning Point Community Recovery Center and Paducah Main Street, seeks to furnish Paducah's Lower Town and downtown areas with ribbons, garnish, twinkling lights and a large tree near the gazebo on the corner of Broadway and Second streets.

THOMAS DEAN STEWART | The Sun

Josie Bailey (left), 12, and Aiden Langston, 13, both of Paducah, work together as volunteers Saturday morning garnishing light poles and benches with holiday decorations in downtown Paducah. This yearly holiday tradition, hosted by Turning Point Community Recovery Center and Paducah Main Street, seeks to furnish Paducah's Lower Town and downtown areas with ribbons, garnish, twinkling lights and a large tree near the gazebo on the corner of Broadway and Second streets.

THOMAS DEAN STEWART | The Sun

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