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MADISONVILLE, Ky. (12/02/17) — Santa was especially busy during Christmas in Mad City held downtown today as children wrote their lists of wishes.

The weather, more typical of early fall, was beautiful as droves of people stood in line to take part in ice skating, carriage rides and photos with Santa.

Six-year-old Ansleigh wrote a note to Santa, saying she would rather not tell what she asked for, because it was a secret.

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Madisonville Community College singers provided live music after their warm up concert at Glema Mahr Center for the Arts Friday evening.

Gerry Curtis, who is married to MCC Singers Director Lynn Curtis, said the event was spectacular.

Mayor David Jackson also mentioned the weather was not the least bit frightful, and the first Christmas in Mad City was a wonderful event.

Community Development Director Summer Crick said everyone was busy at each station.

She said First United Bank had a lot of volunteers to help with Santa pictures and Letters to Santa.

Crick said the event was a huge community collaboration that also included vocalists from Hopkins County Central High School.

Christmas in Mad City 

Tammy Holloway
SurfKY News Reporter
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