This fundraiser has been around for almost 20 years. Christmas wreaths and trees are all donated and decorated with the help of the community, and then raffled a few days before Christmas. It has grown into one of the largest fundraisers for Presbyterian medical services.
Due to the pandemic, they were very creative with fundraising last year.
“Usually we had that at the Farmington Civic Center and, you know, we have a beautiful room there and it’s so magical to see all the trees on display in one space, but due to the pandemic we had to think outside the box. Adair said. “For that, our downtown businesses opened their doors and said, ‘Hey, why don’t you go down and put some in the windows. “”
People could enter to win an online tree. This year, due to the pandemic, the event will be the same as last year.
“We even have more companies participating this year because it was a bit contagious last year and they all said ‘we want to be part of it this year'” said Jan Felix Haupert, Festival committee member trees.
They have about 30 businesses and almost 50 trees. The goal is to raise approximately $ 30,000 this year. The festivities began on Thursday.
The trees will be on display until December 12. For more information, Click here.