Nov 13, 2014 4:49 PM
NAHSUA - Long-time Nashua residents Clif and Linda Banner donated this year's city Christmas tree that will be lit during the 21st Annual Winter Holiday Stroll.
The Banners said their oldest son came home with a seedling 20 years ago and they've watched it grow ever since.
Recently, the couple said the tree has become too large, and it's shade has made it hard for Linda to grow lilacs. They've considered donating the tree for years and are excited to see it lit during the 2014 Holiday Stroll.
Organizers say the stroll is one of the city's biggest events and brings approximately 30,000 people to the Gate City.
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