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Thornton Funeral Home accepting memorial ornaments

Thornton Funeral Home in Mount Ida invites everyone to bring an ornament to hang on their tree in memoriam of loved ones who have passed.
The memorial Christmas tree has become a holiday tradition at Thornton Funeral Home. It offers a way for loved ones to remember those who have passed during the holiday season.
Ornaments may be hung on the tree during regular business hours at the funeral home.
Due to the increase of cases of COVID-19 in the area the annual memorial candle service will not be held this year.
Thornton Funeral Home is locate at 211 Luzerne Street in Mount Ida.

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