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Marlborough Historical Society announces “Festival of Trees” awards

Bob Kane, curator of the Marlborough Historical Society, presents the People's Choice award to Kim Bertonazzi of the Vin Bin. Photo/Submitted

Marlborough – Bob Kane, curator of the Marlborough Historical Society, has announced the awards that were given out at December's very successful “Festival of Trees.” Over 2,000 attendees enjoyed the two weekends of the Festival that featured over 70 decorated, themed Christmas trees and wreaths, 60 animated figures from Edaville Railroad, Candyland, Santa's Workshop, entertainment, a Victorian village and railroad, and food.

Besides 72 trees and wreaths being won by people who attended and purchased raffle tickets, awards in different categories were presented to those who sponsored and decorated trees: People's Choice to Vin Bin for “Christmas at the Vin Bin”; Most Beautiful to Marlborough Hills Healthcare Center for “Blue Christmas”; Most Whimisical/Best Overall to Pets Gone Healthy for “Woofy Christmas”; Best Children's Theme to Cottage Children's Center for “Polar Express”; Best Tree Topper to Marlborough Wellness Center for “Health & Wellness in 2012”; and Best Under Tree Display to Marlborough Savings Bank for “Hawaiian Christmas.”

 

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