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GREENCASTLE, PA (Sept. 16, 2019) — The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce unveiled its 2019 Christmas ornament, designed by local artist Rebekah Walck. The ornament features the Heritage Christmas Horse & Wagon Ride.

The Chamber has offered these special ornaments since 1992 with a uniquely Greencastle image each year. For a limited time, the Chamber is making available the opportunity for collectors who may have missed a year to order the previous years’ designs. Orders must be received by September 30, 2019.

Previous designs include: Martin’s Mill Bridge (1992), Greencastle Train Station (1993), Greencastle Town Clock (1994), Tayamentasachta Environmental Center (1995), Greencastle Rescue Hose (1996), Anderson Grist Mill (1997), Five Arch Bridge (1998), Allison’s Tavern (1999), Barkdoll Field (2000), Old Home Week (2001), Corporal Rihl Monument (2002), Greencastle Christmas Tree (2003), Brown’s Mill School (2004), Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce 50th Anniversary (2005), Old Town Hall (2006), Greencastle School (2007), Greencastle Trolley (2008), Allison-Antrim Museum & German Bank Barn (2009), Jerome King Playground (2010), 1930 Seagrave Fire Truck (2011), Tayamentasachta Spring House (2012), Lilian Besore Library (2013), Santa’s Mailbox (2014), Clock Tower 25th Anniversary (2015), the Old Boy’s Fountain (2016), Ebbert Spring House (2017) and Sunnyway Foods (2018).

All ornaments sell for $20, which includes tax. They will be available for purchase after October 21 at the Chamber and during Heritage Christmas events. Shipping is available for an additional fee of $5.

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The Chamber Staff is always available to talk with you about how your business could greatly benefit from membership.

For more information, please contact the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce at 717-597-4610 or by visiting the website:

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