Tree arrives in D.C.

posted Dec. 4, 2017 8:43 a.m. (CDT)
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  • RW White House Tree Photo 120617
    Silent Night Evergreens, based in Moundville, presented the official White House Christmas tree on Nov. 20 in Washington, D.C., by virtue of being named Grand Champion at the National Christmas Tree Association’s national contest. Presenting the tree to First Lady Melania Trump, fourth from left, and her son, Barron, third from left, are Silent Night owners David and Leah Chapman, left, and David's parents, Jim and Diane Chapman, right, former owners of the tree farm.

Silent Night Evergreens, based in Moundville, presented the official White House Christmas tree on Nov. 20 in Washington, D.C., by virtue of being named Grand Champion at the National Christmas Tree Association’s national contest. Presenting the tree to First Lady Melania Trump, fourth from left, and her son, Barron, third from left, are Silent Night owners David and Leah Chapman, left, and David's parents, Jim and Diane Chapman, right, former owners of the tree farm.






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