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Bonnie Davidson / The Courier

Julie Loewen and Rod Karst count up the votes to find out which tree is most popular in this yea's ninth annual Festival of Trees for Northeast Montana Relay for Life. The festival was at the Glasgow Elks Lodge and featured several themed trees, such as "A Scottie Christmas" and " A Hockey Christmas." This year's winner was a tree themed after the movie "A Christmas Story", which was sponsored by Skip and Rita. The winners received $100 in Chamber Big Bucks. This event, which raises funds for the Relay, included a live auction with 17 trees, nine wreaths and one centerpeice. The average amount raised is about $2,000 each year, but this Karst estimated it at between $2,500 and $3,000. He said some trees raised as much as $250 in the auction.



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