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The 411: Youth


Lighting up ‘Llama Land’


Lighting up ‘Llama Land’
Tiffany Anderson adorns a llama figurine with lights and decorations.


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November 20, 2013
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Several Wilson County Llama Project kiddos and families traveled to Wimberley Nov. 9 to help decorate for the upcoming Festival of Lights at the Emily Ann Theater.

Michael Anderson, Tanner White, Zoe Rutledge, Tiffany Anderson, and Bryson Reese Andruss were all there to lend a helping hand. With help from the adults, the kids transformed a plain and simple plot into an extravagant “Llama Land.”

The opening night for the Festival of Lights will be Saturday, Nov. 30, with opening ceremonies beginning at 4 p.m. It is free and open to the public and will run nightly through Tuesday, Dec. 31.

For more information, e-mail Susan Leslie at leslielanellamas@gmail.com.
 

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