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Lights of the Delta Plans Public Session

MAY 30, 2006 - Posted at 3:08 p.m. CST

 

BLYTHEVILLE, AR - The Lights of the Delta committee in Blytheville will hold an informational meeting Friday morning at 10 in the boardroom of the Blytheville/Gosnell Chamber of Commerce.

Lights of the Delta is the largest holiday lighting festival in the Mid-South.  Committee chairman George Hubbard and site foreman Charles Moody will give an update on the event's status, and the direction and future of the organization will also be discussed.  "We're looking for any ideas that will help Lights of the Delta grow and enhance the public's experience," said Hubbard.

The meeting is open to the public.  More information is available by contacting Hubbard via phone at 763-4409 or 762-9788.

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