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Bossier homes featured in annual Christmas Tour of Homes

Courtesy photo | The home of Maxie and Cheryl Kitchings will be one of the decorated homes on this year's Christmas Tour of Homes, hosted by the Quota Club, on Dec. 7.

The 23rd annual Quota Club Tour of Homes will be held Sunday, Dec. 7 from 1-5 p.m.

Ticket-holders are invited to stop by the homes of five local residents. Special thanks go to participating home owners who

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Courtesy Photo | James Henry Mercer, owner of the Taylortown Store, will open the historic venue for this year’s Tour of Homes.

are so willing to open their doors for all of us to enjoy at Holiday time:

-Shaun and Sassy Williams – 4846 Sligo Road (Oakland Plantation)
-James Henry Mercer – Taylortown Store
-Ted and Joyce Lowry – 4848 Sligo Road
-Maxie and Cheryl Kitchings – 330 Crown Court Place
-Tom and Becky Dyar – 104 Bear Bridge Circle

Tickets for the tour are $20. This includes a program with map attached, along with pictures and descriptions of the homes. You may purchase your tickets in advance or at the door the day of the Tour.

Courtesy Photo | The home of Tom and Becky Dyar.
Courtesy Photo | The home of Tom and Becky Dyar.

Raffle tickets will also be on sale at each home for a chance to win a Christmas basket of treats. Tickets are $1 each or six (6) for $5.

The Annual Christmas Tour of Homes enables the Quota Club to continue our local and International service work. The Quota Club uses monies raised form the Tour of Homes to provide Scholarships for graduate students majoring in speech and hearing pathology, birthday books for Bossier Elementary and Plantation Park, Bossier Parish Food Bank and a sign language interpreter for Camp Joy to mention a few.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Jeanette Edmiston at 746-2710 or Marlene Harner at 470-4116.

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