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Student Trees

On Display at AACA Museum

Larry Jewett - December 08, 2012 08:35 AM

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The AACA Museum is excited to have Christmas trees decorated by local school students on display this year for the Spectacular Christmas Celebration. East Hanover Elementary School, Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School, Steelton High School, Upper Dauphin Middle School, and Robert G. Reid Elementary schools have decorated six different trees to show their holiday cheer!
The students will display their trees until January 6, 2013. The community and museum visitors will vote for your favorites. The top three schools with the most votes will win Visa gift cards. Third place will win $50, second place takes home $100 and first place will receive $150.
Along with the students’ trees, the museum has decorated our own themed trees. This year includes a Teddy Bear tree, the Grinch that Stole Christmas tree, Santa Claus tree, Snowman tree, favorite things of girls and boys trees, Coke™ tree and our new PEZ™ Dispenser tree.
While browsing through the Winter Wonderland, the museum will continue to have dozens of antique cars, buses, motorcycles and more on display for car lovers. To add to the holiday spirit, Ernie the Taxi from "It's a Wonderful Life" along with Herbie from "Herbie Rides Again" will be on display.
As a special Christmas treat, the indoor drive-in theatre will be showing seven different films.
Other holiday activities will continue throughout the month of December so be sure to check out the Museum's website (www.aacamuseum.org for more information. And don't forget to visit the museum to vote for your favorite student - decorated tree.

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