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The 411: Youth

Llamas in lights

Llamas in lights
Tanner White, Michael Anderson, Zoe Rutledge, Tiffany Anderson, Bryson Reese Andruss, and Michael Varner pose with their award-winning display on opening night of the Emily Ann Theatre and Gardens Trail of Lights in Wimberley.

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December 11, 2013
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A little hard work by several Wilson County 4-H Llama Project members and their families has really paid off!

Little did they realize when they were setting up their “Llama-Land” display at Wimberley’s Emily Ann Theatre and Gardens, that they were preparing it to take first place in the junior division. On the Trail of Light’s opening night, Nov. 30, the display was nothing short of spectacular. And of course, many other amazing displays attracted visitors to gaze at in awe.

The trail is free and open to the public nightly through Dec. 31. For more information, visit

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