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December 4, 2011

Emerald City Erin dons holiday apparel

Erin's Town Square in holiday attire

While  Clarksville has donned its ‘gay apparel!’, it’s only fair to share that spotlight with some of our neighboring communities.

Clarksville’s neighbors are also showing their holiday glow, including Tennessee’s own Emerald City, Erin, decked out for the holidays.

The Erin Public Square is brightly festooned with red bows and fir garlands. The signature train boxcar sports a decorative candelabra wreath. The town’s leprechaun has his every ready smile and the Celtic Squares reflect a special sparkle. Even the shamrocks in the sidewalk seem to dance a bit.

All of Erin is sporting some serious Christmas glow. For those who enjoy viewing festive Christmas splendor, a short road trip is in order.

Photos by Turner McCullough Jr., JazzWaves Imaging Solutions for Imagine Media Solutions, Inc.

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