According to the Harlan Tribune, Shelby County’s holiday lighting festival will expand in future years. Last week’s debut of the program in downtown Harlan was successful, with about 500 people attending. This opened the door for plans to add on more musical selections and lighting displays to the program each year from now on. Shelby County Supervisor Chairman Roger Schmitz states the program will not be a one-year deal, and that possibly a tree will be added next year if the finances are provided. Shelby County Auditor, Marsha Carter, states that everybody’s idea is to just keep adding to the program.