Christmas arrives in Urbana


Nine-year-old Clohee Jordan (left) and her sister Carlee Wooten (age 7 1/2) pose for a portrait in front of the newly-illuminated Christmas tree in downtown Urbana’s Monument Square District on Friday evening. A holiday horse parade and the first appearance of Santa Claus at Oxner’s General Store rounded out the festivities. See more photos in Monday’s edition of the Urbana Daily Citizen.

Nine-year-old Clohee Jordan (left) and her sister Carlee Wooten (age 7 1/2) pose for a portrait in front of the newly-illuminated Christmas tree in downtown Urbana’s Monument Square District on Friday evening. A holiday horse parade and the first appearance of Santa Claus at Oxner’s General Store rounded out the festivities. See more photos in Monday’s edition of the Urbana Daily Citizen.


Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

Nine-year-old Clohee Jordan (left) and her sister Carlee Wooten (age 7 1/2) pose for a portrait in front of the newly-illuminated Christmas tree in downtown Urbana’s Monument Square District on Friday evening. A holiday horse parade and the first appearance of Santa Claus at Oxner’s General Store rounded out the festivities. See more photos in Monday’s edition of the Urbana Daily Citizen.

Nine-year-old Clohee Jordan (left) and her sister Carlee Wooten (age 7 1/2) pose for a portrait in front of the newly-illuminated Christmas tree in downtown Urbana’s Monument Square District on Friday evening. A holiday horse parade and the first appearance of Santa Claus at Oxner’s General Store rounded out the festivities. See more photos in Monday’s edition of the Urbana Daily Citizen.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/11/web1_xmas_sisters.jpgNine-year-old Clohee Jordan (left) and her sister Carlee Wooten (age 7 1/2) pose for a portrait in front of the newly-illuminated Christmas tree in downtown Urbana’s Monument Square District on Friday evening. A holiday horse parade and the first appearance of Santa Claus at Oxner’s General Store rounded out the festivities. See more photos in Monday’s edition of the Urbana Daily Citizen. Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen