Beginning to look like Christmas


Laura Gaylord, Elkin’s Main Street and community manager, and Slim Cockerham, who looks after downtown for the town, work in the basement of Elk Pharmacy Thursday on stringing new LED lights on the town’s wreaths, which will soon be hung on the light poles in time for area holiday events.


Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune

Laura Gaylord, Elkin’s Main Street and community manager, and Slim Cockerham, who looks after downtown for the town, work in the basement of Elk Pharmacy Thursday on stringing new LED lights on the town’s wreaths, which will soon be hung on the light poles in time for area holiday events.

Laura Gaylord, Elkin’s Main Street and community manager, and Slim Cockerham, who looks after downtown for the town, work in the basement of Elk Pharmacy Thursday on stringing new LED lights on the town’s wreaths, which will soon be hung on the light poles in time for area holiday events.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSC_0616.jpgLaura Gaylord, Elkin’s Main Street and community manager, and Slim Cockerham, who looks after downtown for the town, work in the basement of Elk Pharmacy Thursday on stringing new LED lights on the town’s wreaths, which will soon be hung on the light poles in time for area holiday events. Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune
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