If you missed the fun Saturday at the Festival Of Trees, don't worry - today is Family Day from noon to 4 p.m. PHOTOS BY JENNIFER COLTON
With hunting, fishing and survival items, the barbed wire “Duck Dynasty” tree received the highest bid of the evening Saturday night at $2,500. The tree was sponsored by Health Net and Columbia Bank.
Lumieres Scintillantes de L’Amour will bring furniture, wine and chocolate to its new owner, all for a price tage of $2,000. The tree was sponsored by 60 Minute Photo, Columbia-River Billing and Cleaver Farming
The first of the large trees to hit the auction block, “Home for the Holidays” went for a bid of $1,300. Banner Bank sponsored the tree.
$1,600 was the high bid for the “Joy to the World,” including vintage maps and original artwork. The folks at Wheatland Insurance sponored the tree.
Tickets for the raffle tree, shown here, will be sold today for $10 each. Santa Claus make a visit and will choose the winning ticket at 4 p.m. today.
Including wrapped gifts and locally-made wine barrel furniture, the “Sit and Sip a Bit” tree pulled in a high bid of $1,800. Head Start sponsored the tree.
A 50” flatscreen, turntable, crochet set and vintage chairs helped push the “Peace” tree to a high bid of $1,050 during the Hermiston Festival of Trees on Saturday.
The theme for this tree displayed during the Festival of Trees, sponsored by the folks at Papa Murphy’s, is Christmas Chronicles.