Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum recognizes winners of Trim A Tree Challenge


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Wayne Hiller, center, the Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager, presents a plaque and prize to Andrea Chase, of All Saints Academy. The school was the first-place winner in the first-ever Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Museums Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Cole Gavin and Chase, All Saints Academy; Hiller and Thomas Gavin and Aiden Turner, All Saints Academy. Absent at the time of the photo was art teacher Cathy Mineo is absent from photo.


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Abington Christian Academy finished second in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Lily Bynon, Abington Christian Academy high school coordinator; Grace Brock, Abington Christian Academy student; Annette Brush, Abington Christian Academy art teacher; and Wayne Hiller, museum and facilities manager.


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Saint Gregory’s kindergarten teacher Chris Arcagelo accepts a plaque and prize from Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager Wayne Hiller for the school’s third-place finish in the first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge.


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John F. Kennedy School, Scranton, won honorable mention in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Wayne Hiller, trolley museum and facilities manager, and Sara Wasylyk, a teacher at the Kennedy school.


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    SCRANTON — The Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum recently recognized the winners and participants in its first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge.

    Students from area schools were involved in the competition and the Christmas trees were displayed over the holidays at the museum, where visitors judged and voted for their favorite one.

    The winners are All Saints Academy, first place; Abington Christian Academy, second place; Saint Gregory’s kindergarten class, third place; and John F. Kennedy School, honorable mention.

    Wayne Hiller, center, the Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager, presents a plaque and prize to Andrea Chase, of All Saints Academy. The school was the first-place winner in the first-ever Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Museums Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Cole Gavin and Chase, All Saints Academy; Hiller and Thomas Gavin and Aiden Turner, All Saints Academy. Absent at the time of the photo was art teacher Cathy Mineo is absent from photo.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_ABJ-Tree-Winners-1.jpgWayne Hiller, center, the Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager, presents a plaque and prize to Andrea Chase, of All Saints Academy. The school was the first-place winner in the first-ever Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Museums Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Cole Gavin and Chase, All Saints Academy; Hiller and Thomas Gavin and Aiden Turner, All Saints Academy. Absent at the time of the photo was art teacher Cathy Mineo is absent from photo. Submitted photos

    Abington Christian Academy finished second in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Lily Bynon, Abington Christian Academy high school coordinator; Grace Brock, Abington Christian Academy student; Annette Brush, Abington Christian Academy art teacher; and Wayne Hiller, museum and facilities manager.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_ABJ-Tree-Winners-2.jpgAbington Christian Academy finished second in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Lily Bynon, Abington Christian Academy high school coordinator; Grace Brock, Abington Christian Academy student; Annette Brush, Abington Christian Academy art teacher; and Wayne Hiller, museum and facilities manager. Submitted photos

    Saint Gregory’s kindergarten teacher Chris Arcagelo accepts a plaque and prize from Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager Wayne Hiller for the school’s third-place finish in the first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_ABJ-Tree-Winners-3.jpgSaint Gregory’s kindergarten teacher Chris Arcagelo accepts a plaque and prize from Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager Wayne Hiller for the school’s third-place finish in the first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge. Submitted photos

    John F. Kennedy School, Scranton, won honorable mention in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Wayne Hiller, trolley museum and facilities manager, and Sara Wasylyk, a teacher at the Kennedy school.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_ABJ-Tree-Winners-4.jpgJohn F. Kennedy School, Scranton, won honorable mention in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station and Museum’s first-ever Trim A Tree Challenge. From left, Wayne Hiller, trolley museum and facilities manager, and Sara Wasylyk, a teacher at the Kennedy school. Submitted photos

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