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Festival of Trees inspires creativity and giving

Decorators gather ideas at hospice fundraiser

5:15 PM, Dec. 3, 2013
Volunteer Ellie Sewall, 9, left, of Wausau, acts as a nurse to check stuffed animals' vital signs for children during the Teddy Bear breakfast Sunday, a part of Festival of Trees at Stoney Creek Inn in Rothschild.
Volunteer Ellie Sewall, 9, left, of Wausau, acts as a nurse to check stuffed animals' vital signs for children during the Teddy Bear breakfast Sunday, a part of Festival of Trees at Stoney Creek Inn in Rothschild.
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The week-long Festival of Trees wrapped up Sunday, Dec. 1, but event organizers and would-be tree designers already are thinking forward to next year.

"Just seeing these trees gives me so many ideas for something really spectacular I could put together next year," said 39-year-old Julie Miles of Wausau. "My friends and I have been talking about doing one for years, and it's time to just go all in and sign up."

Miles is one of the thousands of guests who attended the annual event, now in its 17th year. The Festival of Trees, which was held at the Stoney Creek Inn in Rothschild to raise money for ...

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