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Prize winners announced for Christmas home tour

Dana Trulock, second from left, assists tour chairperson Marsha Willis in drawing winning prize tickets for guests at the Madison Christmas Historic Home Tour. Mayor Troy Trulock, at left, and Chris Crumbly, president of the Madison Station Historical Preservation Society, also participated. (RECORD PHOTO/NICK SELLERS)
Dana Trulock, second from left, assists tour chairperson Marsha Willis in drawing winning prize tickets for guests at the Madison Christmas Historic Home Tour. Mayor Troy Trulock, at left, and Chris Crumbly, president of the Madison Station Historical Preservation Society, also participated. (RECORD PHOTO/NICK SELLERS)

MADISON – Twenty-one guests who attended the Madison Christmas Historic Home Tour on Dec. 6 received gifts from downtown merchants and individuals.

Main Street merchants who donated prizes and the winners are Bandito Burrito, Dave Lusk; Bananas, Sue Echsenkeaeckt; The Cotton Gin, Tommy Overcash; Jaclyn’s Keepsakes, Sandra Hagood; Madison Station Antiques, Debbie Pilarcik; Main Street Cafe, David Parsons; Noble Passage, Judy McMurray; Sady’s Bistro, Gerald Whitman; Studio 106, Nancy Liebervach; Whistle Stop Sweet Shop, Shirley DeMarten; and CWS Interiors, Shirley Cornett,

Wade Smith won the prize from SOCA Galleria on Martin Street.

Church Street merchants who donated prizes and the winners are Animal Trax, Kim Baxter; Click Photo Designs, Ron Eimer; JFD Photography & Design, Steve Smith; La Leigh Da Gallery, Dottie Patterson; LR Salon, Mr. Schwarz; and Yoga Company, Kat Herrin.

Individuals who donated prizes and the winners are Colleen Murch with Picket Fence Studio, James Apperson; Dawn Johnson with Southern Traditions Linens, Karen Lingar; and Ron and Marsha Willis, Amy Balch.

Madison Station Historical Preservation Society sponsored the tour. Lee Grimes handled publicity for the tour.

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