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Gingerbread Trail Tour celebrates 50th anniversary

The 50th anniversary of the Waxahachie Gingerbread Trail Tour of Homes features five historical homes and quite a few added bonuses this weekend. For the second consecutive year, a few of the homes on tour have recently completed — or are completing — renovations. According to a Gingerbread Trail Tour press release, the opportunity for trail goers to walk through updated homes offers “suggestions for your own do-it-yourself projects. You will be among the first to see all of the decorating and construction details the owners have incorporated.” The homes, which cover five decades of Waxahachie history from the 1890s to the 1930s, include the 1895 home of Greg and Shan Nehib at 1025 W. Main, the 1900 home of Larry and Glinda Felty at 200 S. Hawkins, the 1913 home of Patrick and Lori Souter at 700 W. Main, the 1926 home of Joel and Courtney Warren at 306 Harbin and the 1935 home of Wayne and Marilyn Norcross at 600 Sycamore. The Nehib home moved the length of Main Street before it was redone, while the Warren home has undergone a complete renovation recently. But, this year’s tour does not stop at a historical doorstep. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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