Moultrie Observer

Christmas 2012

December 1, 2012

Ornament honors Observer building

MOULTRIE — The 2012 Moultrie Christmas ornament will honor The Moultrie Observer.

For 25 years, the Downtown Moultrie Association has produced an ornament depicting a downtown building and sold them as a fund-raiser. Coincidentally, this year’s ornament marks the 101st Christmas that The Observer has occupied the building at 25 N. Main St.

Each year’s ornament is designed by a local artist, and The Observer’s ornament was created by Andrew   Underdown based on a photograph of the building from the late 1970s. Ornaments are $10 each and are available at The Observer and participating merchants.

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