The kids from the Harrison Hot Springs Pre-School and After School Care Program pose with their winning tree.

Harrison Preschool kids top tree contest

Festival of Trees winners announced in Harrison Hot Springs

Each year, the Festival of Trees takes over the east lobby of the Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa. The trees have been in place for a few weeks, and will be on display until January 2.

Prizes are given to the ‘Best Commercial Tree’ and the ‘Best Handcrafted Tree’ each year, and this year’s winners were announced on Wednesday. The winner of Best Handcrafted Tree was the Harrison Hot Springs Pre-school and After school care program.

The Early Childhood Development won second in that category.

For Best Commercial Tree, first place went to the BC Sport Fishing Group and second place went to Cookin Kim’s Country Cafe.

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