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Shirley Brown

For 64 years, a little neighborhood in central Tucson has been dazzling people with gorgeous, often large-scale, displays of Christmas lights. The Winterhaven Festival of Lights also serves as a fundraiser for the Tucson Community Food Bank. Last year, more than $20,000…

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