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September 25, 2018

Annual Parade of Trees Begins November 29 at John Wells Pratt House


Submitted by the Friends of History in Fulton, NY

The Twenty-second annual Parade of Trees will be on view for public voting at the John Wells Pratt House Museum, 177 South First Street, Fulton, New York, beginning November 29 and continuing daily through December 10, weekdays from 12 until 3 P. M., Saturday, December 4, from 11 A. M. to 3 P. M. and Sunday, December 5, from 2 to 4 P. M.

This years display includes ten Christmas trees decorated by First Step Universal Pre-K; Fulton Family YMCA; Fulton Public Library-Children’s Room; Noah’s Christian Nursery School; Fulton Alliance Church-Challenger Class; G. Ray Bodley High School-Room 127; Oswego Industries Life Dayhab Program; Sharing and Caring Breast Cancer Group of Oswego County; Towpath Towers Tenants Association and Women’s Club of Fulton.

Visitors may vote for their favorite trees in three categories, adult, youth and children. Winners In each category will receive a first prize of $100.00, second prize of $75.00 and third prize of $50.00.

The Friends of History sincerely thank the sponsors of this popular community event for their generosity and loyal support. Sponsors include Fulton Savings Bank (a sponsor for 22 years of all first place prizes in all categories), Streeter & VanSanford, Inc. (a sponsor for 22 years of all second place prizes in all categories), Stephen Wise of Edward Jones Investments, (a sponsor for 2 years of a 3rd place prize), Gosch Supply & Lighting Centre (a sponsor since 2007 of a 3rd place prize) and Blue Moon Grill (a sponsor since 2006 of a 3rd place prize).

Volunteer greeters will be on hand to answer your questions and you may tour the Pratt House Museum after voting for your favorite trees. While at the Pratt House, you may browse through the gift shop, which has many unusual items for Christmas gift giving.

School tours can be arranged for weekdays from 9 A. M. until noon by appointment.

For further information, call 315-598-4616.

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