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Junaluska Woman’s Club decorates for fall

Junaluska Woman’s Club decorates for fall

This year Junaluska Woman’s Club members have crafted plans for wonderful, supportive projects and fundraising events that, during the pandemic, have had to be canceled again and again. 

So, when someone came up with the idea of decorating Lake Junaluska’s East Gate, several members (and a few willing husbands) were eager to get to work.

“It was a perfect early fall day with lots of sunshine and beauty from the lake as our inspiration,” said Nancy Hood.

They started with several bales of hay and plenty of pumpkins. Then they added pots of fall flowers, a few fallen branches and a couple of wreaths from leftover decorations.

One worker said that as they stood back and admired their handiwork, several folks drove by and expressed their appreciation to the group for adding the fall décor to the already beautiful grounds.

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