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New spruce debuts on Broadway
Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Teams from Harold McComb and Son, and Mudrack Tree Service erect the annual Christmas tree at Shine and Hardin law offices on Broadway on Friday. The 35-foot blue spruce will be lit up at 6 p.m. Nov 16.
Brent Campbell, left, and David Barker of Harold McComb and Son attach support wires for the tree.