Thirteen trees decorated in various themes were donated to the Festival of Trees. This one, Burgundy Burlap Glass, was donated by NEMHS Charitable Foundation. Others included M&Ms Christmas Tree donated by Mary Nesbit and Arin Grainger; Snowmen Christmas Tree donated by Main Street Grocery; Maroon and White Wolves Tree donated by Wolf Point School District staff; Merry “Woof” Mas Tree donated by NEMHS Employee Committee; Pretty in Pink Christmas donated by Elaine and Bethany Long; Happy Meal Hello Kitty Tree donated by McDonalds of Wolf Point; Happy Meal Hot Wheels Tree donated by McDonalds of Wolf Point; Mitten of Christmas donated by Faith Lutheran Home residents; Feliz Navidog donated by Squires Insurance; 4th of July Fireworks donated by Green’s Fireworks; White Hanger Christmas Tree donated by Mary Isle; Tumbleweed Tree donated by Tracy Strand.
Many of the Wolf Point citizens who attended the Festival of Trees purchased tickets in hopes of winning one of the decorated Christmas trees that were donated by local merchants and organizations.
Stuffed animals hung on the tree like ornaments as people dropped off unwrapped presents at the NEMHS Charitable Foundation Giving Tree Friday evening at the former Bryan’s building on Main Street. People donated toys for children up to 17 years old.
Website Description: The Festival of Trees is put on by the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. The chamber is a voluntary, not for profit business organization dedicated to improving the economic pulse of the community. As an active, progressive, problem-solving organization, the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture focuses on economic and workforce development.
The strength of the chamber lies in its membership, small businesses, corporations, home-based businesses and professional men and women, working together to enhance the quality of life in Wolf Point.
A strong, dynamic business community benefits everyone. The Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce connects local businesses, service organizations and local government to create an environment where people want to live, work and play. We are proud of our strong values, our businesses, schools, churches, civic organizations and events that promote and nurture a vital and energized community throughout the year.