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|Monroe, West Monroe join statewide trail of festivities|
Despite temperatures above 100 on Tuesday, snow could be seen falling outside the Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum as state and local officials celebrated the announcement of the Holiday Trail of Lights partnership.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne was joined by Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo and Convention and Visitors Bureau representatives from throughout the state to officially announce this year's statewide campaign to link several Louisiana cities and their annual Christmas celebrations.
The Holiday Trail of Lights will incorporate eight cities — Alexandria, Pineville, Natchitoches, Shreveport, Bossier City, Minden, Monroe and West Monroe.
"It's a wonderful opportunity for these communities to join together and to prove what can be done when communities come together to recognize the mutual benefits of what can be done from promoting our trail as a trail. We have a great chance of bringing in visitors from all over Louisiana and from outside Louisiana to these communities to enjoy the most festive time of the year," Dardenne said.
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