Photo by Jill Bock, Staff
As a small band of angels plays and sings, Anita Sharp puts the finishing touches on a small tree in the front room of her home at 214 Kramer St. The Sharp home is one of four which will be featured today during the Sikeston Depot Museum's Christmas Home. The tours will be from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. today with tickets costing $10 each at the Depot or available at the tour homes. In addition to the Sharp home, visitors can tour the homes of Irene Saling and Carolyn Rogers, 605 N. Ranney; Geri and George Gilmore, 226 Tanner St.; and Carolyn and Ken Cox, 210 Lynn St. in Mini Farms with the tours ending at the Depot.
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