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Lorie Branstetter, left, and Angie Morgan decorate the Plateau Home School Association's Christmas tree at the annual Parade of Christmas Trees at First National Bank of Tennessee. The tree is one of dozens on display. The annual event displays Christmas trees from a variety of schools, civic, religious and nonprofit organizations. There will be a special viewing of the trees this Friday, Dec. 7, from 5:30 to 7 p.m at the bank. Those who attend the viewing can vote for their favorite tree. Prizes are awarded. The trees will be on display from now until Dec. 24. First National Bank of Tennessee is at 1386 N. Main St. in Crossville. The public is welcome to come view the trees.

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