Photos by Linda Kor
The 2013 Winslow Festival of Trees featured many trees and other holiday décor up for auction to Benefit Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Northeastern Arizona. People and organizations from throughout the community contributed their time and talent to help make this year’s event a success.
This tree with wishful thoughts for snow was donated by Walmart.
The 2013 Winslow Festival of Trees was held at the Hubbell Building, and featured a wide array of holiday-themed items for the public to bid on in a silent auction.
This colorful wreath of pinecones and wooden flowers was donated by Holly Wagner.
These holiday-themed place settings were donated by Paula Sue Soehner, Shannon Runquist and Shirley King.
These miniature cloth trees were created by the Material Girls’ Quilt Guild.
The McHugh family provided this traditional tree of trains, complete with track.
The Dr. Seuss themed tree was donated by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Arizona. Christina Burchwell created the bows and tulle tree.
The Junior Catholic Daughters created this ribbon-topped tree for the event.
These colorful trees were provided by (left to right) Kevin B., Community Counseling Centers and Winslow High School’s “S” Club.
The Winslow Arizona State Prison Complex donated several trees, including (left to right) one by Warden Berry Larson and Richard Larson, the ASPC-Winslow Coronado Unit, ASPC Winslow Complex and ASPC Winslow Kaibab Unit.
Donna Bland contributed this patriotic themed tree along with an angel at the base.
This eclectic tree of jungle animals and cupcakes was donated by Christina and Chloe Burchwell. The metal tree was donated by Carla Beeson and Anita Henling, and the decorative deer by the Winslow Chamber of Commerce.