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First snow brings loads of excitement
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Sutherlyn Moore, 5, proudly holds the snowman she built. She decorated the small snowman with twigs for arms and small pebbles for the eyes.

It was the first snow of 2020.

For some young, local residents, it was the first snow of their life.

Friday was a day to soak in the nippy exhilaration that only comes when snow blankets the ground and snow angels dot the landscape. There are many things which lead to family activity, but a playful snowfall may be the most universal stimulant.

“We walked down to First Baptist to make a snowman,” said downtown resident Robin Clark. “It was a wet snow but it wasn’t that deep so we ended up with a dirty snowman full of leaves.”

For Warren County residents young and old, Friday was a chance to get outdoors and enjoy the first significant snowfall this community has received in nearly two years. Depending on your location, Friday’s snow left accumulation of between 1 to 2 inches.