In times like the one we face currently, little things can mean a lot. And something as simple as lighting what is traditionally only a Christmas decoration in the middle of March, may be one of those little things we never knew we needed...
The Castle Rock Town Council voted unanimously Wednesday on a special motion to light The Star atop The Rock as a symbol of hope during the pandemic.
The 40-foot star atop Castle Rock’s iconic Rock was originally constructed in 1936, during the Great Depression, as a symbol of hope that could be seen for miles around.
Officials hope to have it lit by Monday.