WV Christmas Ornament Unveiled

West Virginia has unveiled the 2010 governor's mansion Christmas ornament.

The governor's office says acting first lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin introduced the ornament Thursday at the West Virginia State Museum Shop at the Culture Center in Charleston. Tomblin also signed the boxes of ornaments sold at the event.

The governor's office says Alum Creek resident Michelle Goodman painted this year's ornament. It's clear glass and features a cardinal perched on holly.

The ornaments cost $20 and part of the proceeds goes to the Governor's Mansion Preservation Fund. They're also available at Tamarack and at Tamarack's Website.

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