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BCHS announces Christmas Tree Forest winners
Jan 01, 2014 | 20 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Bee County Historical Society’s 2013 Christmas Tree Forest first place winner is from Bits & Pieces Quilting of Beeville submitted by Leann Carabajal.
The Bee County Historical Society’s 2013 Christmas Tree Forest first place winner is from Bits & Pieces Quilting of Beeville submitted by Leann Carabajal.
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The Bee County Historical Society’s 2013 Christmas Tree Forest third place winner comes from the  Coastal Bend College Robotics Program submitted by the CBC Robotics Department. The Bee County Historical Society raised $303.
The Bee County Historical Society’s 2013 Christmas Tree Forest third place winner comes from the Coastal Bend College Robotics Program submitted by the CBC Robotics Department. The Bee County Historical Society raised $303.
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Food collected during the 2013 Christmas Tree Forest at the Historic McClanahan House. All the food donations collected by the Bee County Historical Society will benefit the Beeville Vineyard.
Food collected during the 2013 Christmas Tree Forest at the Historic McClanahan House. All the food donations collected by the Bee County Historical Society will benefit the Beeville Vineyard.
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A total of 16 Christmas trees were displayed at the Bee County Historical Society’s 3rd annual Christmas Tree Forest at the Historic McClanahan House, and many Bee County citizens made time to go by and visit.

The entry fee to view the trees was a non-perishable item that will in turn be donated to the local food bank, The Beeville Vineyard. The turnout and donations were tremendous.

The trees were judged by the public at $1 per vote. The tree that garnered the most money won a ribbon. Awards handed out for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place. All the trees were winners, but the public made their choices. The winning trees are as follows:

1st place: Bits & Pieces Quilting of Beeville Texas - Submitted by Leann Carabajal

2nd place: Beeville Art Museum of Beeville - Submitted by The Beeville Art Museum

3rd place: Coastal Bend College Robotics Program - Submitted by the CBC Robotics Department

4th place: Park Hotel & Antiques of Tuleta, Texas - USA Theme - Submitted by Elizabeth Villines

5th place: Park Hotel & Antiques of Tuleta - Texas Theme - Submitted by Elizabeth Villines

The Bee County Historical Society raised $303 with all the votes for the trees; the funds help to maintain the Historic McClanahan House. The society is supported with donations from the public. The members are appreciative for the support they’ve received during these hard economic times.
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