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Museum’s Dec-A-Tree winners announced


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Johnson County Senior Services was awarded first place in the annual Dec-A-Tree Contest at the Johnson County Museum of History.

The group received a prize of $200. The theme was “Reflections of Time.”

The Friends of the Johnson County Library (Trafalgar branch) won second place and $100 for its “Frosty the Snowman” tree. The Creativity Award and its $100 prize went to Discover Downtown Franklin for the “Farmers Market” entry.

The contest was sponsored by the Atterbury Job Corps. Participants included 15 local nonprofit organizations, which each decorated a Christmas tree that was featured in the museum’s holiday display.

More than 1,200 museum visitors cast votes during December to determine the first- and second-place winners. The creativity prize was awarded by a panel of judges at the museum.

The contest is conducted each year in the auditorium at the museum at 135 N. Main St. in Franklin.

For information about upcoming programs, visit www.johnsoncountymuseum.org or call 346-4500.

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