The Lewis County Chamber of Commerce is showing off the County for the holidays.
The chamber will be selling Christmas ornaments highlighting places of interest throughout Lewis County.
This year's design shows off the historic mill building at Jackson's Mill.
Chamber representatives said there are many locations to highlight.
"The Louis Bennett Public Library, we have Citizen's Bank, different places that provide a lot of history for the county and how the county was formed," said chamber President Tracey Queen-Young.
The Chamber says it will continue the series, as long as it's popular.
No word on what will be featured next year.
The library and bank are just two of the suggestions for future ornaments. Other possibilities include the Lewis County Courthouse and Stonewall Resort.