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  • Lighting up Scentsy Commons with tunnel of lights

    Scentsy invited the community to help turn on their Christmas lights — 724,000 of them when they're all lit. That's 43 miles of lights, decorating 450 trees. New this year is a tunnel of lights, featuring 67,000 lights. The public is invited to drop by to stroll and take holiday photos. Scentsy is at Eagle Road and Pine Avenue in Meridian.

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Scentsy turns on the holiday spirit with thousands of lights

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UPDATED November 19, 2017 03:59 PM

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