Marion home tour raises funds for city library

At the Christmas Home Tour in Marion Sunday, Travis and Sheila Hett talked about this year being their first Christmas together. Sheila said their tree is filled with ornaments from their childhoods, but as the years continue, it will have new memories of their lives together. Visitors attending the tour said they enjoyed seeing the many ideas displayed not only at the Hetts? home, but also at the other three locations. Those participating in the tour included: Roger and Janell Holter at 15 Back Bay, Marion County Lake; Shannon and Josh Cooper at 712 Roosevelt; Cindy and Terry Vinduska?s home at 222 S. Roosevelt and Marion City Library. The proceeds from the tour will benefit the library. Patty Decker / Free PressAt the Christmas Home Tour in Marion Sunday, Travis and Sheila Hett talked about this year being their first Christmas together. Sheila said their tree is filled with ornaments from their childhoods, but as the years continue, it will have new memories of their lives together. Visitors attending the tour said they enjoyed seeing the many ideas displayed not only at the Hetts? home, but also at the other three locations. Those participating in the tour included: Roger and Janell Holter at 15 Back Bay, Marion County Lake; Shannon and Josh Cooper at 712 Roosevelt; Cindy and Terry Vinduska?s home at 222 S. Roosevelt and Marion City Library. The proceeds from the tour will benefit the library.

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