White House To Reuse Old Christmas Decorations
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Even the White House is achieving some cost savings with its holiday trimmings. First lady Laura Bush gave the news media a sneak peek of White House decorations, including the official 18-and-a-half-foot-tall Christmas tree. She pointed out that some ornaments are being reused from past Christmases. And she said the lights on the tree are LED lights, which use less energy. As Mrs. Bush said, I want to encourage people to, when their old lights wear out, to think about using LED Christmas lights for energy savings.
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