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Posted on: October 26, 2021

Mayor proclaims Nov. 1 through Jan. 7 Ozark Mountain Christmas, Board passes resolution

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Mayor Larry Milton read a proclamation declaring November 1 through January 7 as Ozark Mountain Christmas at the regular Board of Aldermen meeting on October 26, 2021. In addition, the Board of Aldermen passed a similarly worded resolution supporting the celebration of Christmas in Branson as part of Ozark Mountain Christmas.

In both the proclamation and the resolution, the Mayor and Board support the following:

  • That Ozark Mountain Christmas begins on November 1 of each year and carries through to January 7 of each year.
  • That Ozark Mountain Christmas is the official name used to represent this community wide event.
  • That the entire Branson community is encouraged to support Ozark Mountain Christmas in every way they can.
  • That entities utilizing City Tourism Tax dollars for marketing will continue to use the name and promote Ozark Mountain Christmas whenever and wherever possible.

To view the proclamation and the resolution, go to the “Agenda & Minutes” section of the City’s website, BransonMo.Gov and click on the “HTML Agenda Packet” for the Oct. 26 meeting.

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