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Festival of Trees of Trains registration open

Published 2:44pm Wednesday, October 2, 2013


ASHLAND, Ky. — The Paramount Women’s Association is looking for individuals, local and civic groups, clubs, businesses, scout troops and others to volunteer, sponsor, or decorate and submit a tree for the Festival of Trees and Trains.

The PWA Festival of Trees and Trains will celebrate its 29th Annual Festival from Friday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Dec. 1.

“Holly Jolly Christmas” (and other favorite holiday songs) is this year’s festival theme, featuring decorated trees, boutique items and entertainment to usher in theholiday season.

The FOTT is the largest fundraiser of the PWA, which supports the Education Department of the Paramount.

Applications are available by email at or on our new website

Registration is open for school trees and miniature trees.

For more information call Bonni Potter or Jackie Boggs at (606) 922-3025.

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