City leaders sing ‘White Christmas’ in early 1980s

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It's always fun when we pull old stories out of the archives, including this classic Christmas piece from the early 1980s. We believe it is from 1983.

We asked city and county leaders to help us with a rendition of "White Christmas." The story features Joe Davis, former mayor, Jane Mabry, former city council member, Bud Cramer, former District Attorney, Mike Gillespie of the Madison County Commission along with Bill Tallent, and a few WHNT faces you may recognize, including Carol Williams and Steve Johnson.

(We guess Steve didn't really want to sing, though.)

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