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Holiday Cards at Roper Mountain Holiday Lights

Published on Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The art classes from 25 local schools have created large, colorful Holiday Cards for Roper Mountain Holiday Lights.

Starting with a blank piece of plywood, the students designed and painted the cards which are now on display along the path in Winter Wonderland within Holiday Lights.

Cowart Awards has donated five plaques that will be awarded to winners in a fun "audience appreciation" contest. The participating schools are:  AJ Whittenberg, Armstrong Elementary, Berea High, Bryson Elementary, Cherrydale Elementary, Christ Church Episcopal Elementary, Gateway Elementary, Heritage Elementary, Lakeview Middle, Mauldin Elementary, Mauldin Middle, Mitchell Road Christian Academy, Monarch Elementary, Monaview Elementary, Paris Elementary, Riverside High, Robert E Cashion Elementary, Southside Christian Elementary, Southside Christian High, Stone Academy, Sue Cleveland Elementary, Summit Drive Elementary, Tanglewood Middle, Tigerville Elementary and Woodland Elementary. 

Roper Mountain Holiday Lights is open every evening from 6 to 10 p.m. through Friday, Dec. 30. Santa will be in Winter Wonderland through Dec. 24, and kids can drop off their letters to Santa at the North Pole Trading Post Mail Box. 

Roper Mountain Holiday Lights is produced by the Rotary Club of Greenville and the Roper Mountain Science Center Association. Admission is $10 per auto or SUV, $20 for an activity van, or $40 for a bus. A three-visit multi-pass for cars and SUVs may be purchased at the gate for $21.  

Proceeds from Holiday Lights are distributed to Rotary Charities for local distribution and the Roper Mountain Science Center Association. Over the past 20 years, Holiday Lights has given more than $1.8 million back to the community. 

For more information on Holiday Lights and other special events being held this year, visit Facebook or www.RoperMountainHolidayLights.com.

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