Hundreds attend tree lighting at the Henry Clay Estate

The nation's second tallest living Christmas tree was lit up Saturday night in Lexington.

Hundreds of people were on hand for the tree lighting at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate. The 107-foot tall Norway Spruce is 137-years old.

The lights are being held in place by heavy-duty cables. Because of their weight, the lights had to be hung vertically instead of wrapped around the tree.


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