Mooresville resident Tommy McFarland, 3, and his dad, Travis McFarland, sing along with the music during the annual LangTree Christmas Tree Lighting Festival on Nov. 19 in Mooresville.
Mooresville resident Tommy McFarland, 3, and his dad, Travis McFarland, sing along with the music during the annual LangTree Christmas Tree Lighting Festival on Nov. 19 in Mooresville. Marty Price Marty Price
Mooresville resident Tommy McFarland, 3, and his dad, Travis McFarland, sing along with the music during the annual LangTree Christmas Tree Lighting Festival on Nov. 19 in Mooresville. Marty Price Marty Price

LangTree celebrates the season with tree lighting festival in the Mooresville community

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