Falmouth High School sophomore Mary Johnson and other volunteer carolers sing a Christmas song Thursday during the 27th annual Falmouth Community Tree Lighting at Village Park. The event also featured cookie decorating and a visit from Santa Claus, who arrived in a fire truck.
Falmouth resident Mallory Kerr, 8, shares her Christmas wishes with Santa Claus on Thursday during the 27th annual Falmouth Community Tree Lighting at Village Park. The event also featured cookie decorating and caroling. Kerr told Claus she wants a "lacrosse stick, a football and something related to art."
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