Sunday, December 16th, 2018

Historic Forks announces Christmas winners

Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2018

The Historic Forks of the Wabash has announced the winners of the Christmas at the Forks tree and wreath decorating contest. The event was held on December 1 and 2.

The Master Gardeners of Huntington County were the overall winner garnering the most votes at the two-day event. After the votes for the crowd favorite were counted, voting tickets were drawn to determine the recipients of each tree.

Businesses decorated the trees and wreaths on display both days. Through the purchase of tickets, winners were chosen by drawing and announced on Sunday afternoon.

Winners of the wreaths include: first place, Community Link Federal Credit Union won by Grant A. Hacker and second place, Wreaths by Nadine, winner Jenny Elliott. Additional wreaths were created by PJ Eddie, winner Lindsey Nieman; Sharon Lofland, winner Grant I. Hacker and Renz Carpet Cleaning, winner Kristy Scheer.

Christmas tree winners include: Business Trees: first place, Edward Jones Investments: Jim Scheiber, winner Lisa Fusselman; second place, Huntington Nursery and Florist, winner Donna Hollopeter; third place, Town and Country Flowers & Gifts, winner, Phyllis Stouder. Non-Profit Organization Trees: first place, Master Gardeners, winner Judy Niederman; second place, Psi Iota Xi Sorority, winner Sandy Wilfong; third place, Kilsoquah Hands of Friendship, winner Bryan Kohler.

Other tree donors and winners are: Community Choirs of Huntington County, winner Jen Farris; Miller’s Merry Manor, winner Tricia Dolby; Pathfinder Kids Kampus, winner Reece Hacker; Retired Teachers of Huntington County, winner Randall Richardson and Youth Services Bureau of Huntington County, winner Kirsten Lewark.

The board of directors and staff of the Forks of the Wabash thank all who contributed to Christmas at the Forks.