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Renfro Valley Entertainment Center's Christmas Decorations Destroyed

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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Ky (LEX 18) A popular country music entertainment center in Rockcastle County discovered that all of their Christmas decorations had been destroyed or damaged just weeks before they planned to decorate for the holiday season. 

Renfro Valley Entertainment Center brings country music performers in to celebrate the holiday season.

"We will be beginning our Christmas in the Valley season December 1st. Which, in a few weeks, we'll have to start preparation. I just want to say all of our trees, lights, all of those things were destroyed," said Renfro Valley Entertainment Center Manager Jenny Martin.

All of the decorations were ruined at the end of the summer.

"During the torrential rainfall, the sump pump, the electric had obviously knocked it out, it wasn't working. Which gathered a substantial amount of water," said Martin.

Every year, each stage is lined with sparkling trees, lights, and garland. There is a SantaLand in the lobby.

Despite the setback, the center is determined to keep their tradition alive. 

"We store a lot of things down there, a lot of history. We've stored a lot of things throughout the years down there and it really is devastating," she said. 

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