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Livingston’s Holiday Decorations Committee Seeks Donations to Help Light Up the Business District

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — With the holidays quickly approaching, the Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee is looking to the community for help in keeping the “Winter Wonderland” holiday display tradition alive.

Completely separate from the Camuso display at the Oval, the “Winter Wonderland” display includes the main intersections, where the lampposts are wrapped in lightened garland, and the lighted pergola at Northfield Center.

Livingston residents, businesses and organizations should have recently received a letter from Marie Bennett and Adrienne Santola, co-chairs of the Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee, requesting tax-deductible contributions.

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It’s not to late to donate in order to keep the tradition alive by bringing a check to Livingston Town Hall.

“We thank everyone who has contributed in the past and hope you will continue to join in our annual celebration,” the committee states.

Contact the Holiday Decorations Committee at 973-992-2362 with any questions.

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