George and Beth Neal's home will be among six homes, a church and two apartments that are on this year's historic homes tour, the 12th annual.
The tour includes the Thomas Logan House at Anderson-Dean Community Park, which possibly is the oldest brick house still standing in Mercer County. Other sites are Morgan Row, headquarters of the historical society, at 220-222 S. Chiles St.; The Academy, 101 Mooreland Ave.; St. Philip's Episcopal Church, 131 Short St.; Alexander and Royalty Funeral Home, 304 E. Lexington Ave.; Wickliffe Place, 344 E. Lexington St.; Carter-Gordon House, 436 Cane Run St.; and Shewmaker House, 1211 Perryville Road.
The tour is 1-8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are: adults, $12; and seniors and groups of 20 or more, $11. Tickets may be purchased at the society offices or by calling (859) 734-5985 or (800) 355-9192.
A Christmas tea room will be located at Morgan Row 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday.The menu includes soups, sandwiches and assorted desserts.|11/30/03***