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Second Annual Holiday Home Tour Held In Woodland Area

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/9/2013

Downtown Mansfield Incorporated and the Woodland Club presented its 2nd Annual Holiday Home Tour this past weekend. Visitors paid a $25 ticket which allowed them to tour a number of distinctive and historic homes located in the Woodland neighborhood. One such home is Jennifer Gray's. Gray talked about why the home tour is becoming more and more popular. The Holiday Home Tour also serves as a fundraiser for the Woodland Club, which is a historical swim and tennis club, and Downtown Mansfield Incorporated, a non-profit economic stimulus agency.

   
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