MADISON - Children in Wisconsin have an opportunity to help decorate the state Capitol Christmas tree.
This year’s theme is “Wisconsin Traditions.”
“Some pastimes, activities, and events have been bringing families together for decades,” Gov. Scott Walker said. “It may be watching the Packers, or deer hunting, or getting together for an annual Harley ride. This year we want the Capitol Christmas tree to reflect all of the things that make Wisconsin great.”
Anyone interested in submitting a themed ornament is asked to submit them by Nov. 22 to:
DOA/Division of Facilities Management
17 West Main Street, Suite 119
Madison WI 53703
Teachers in the state should also receive a letter from Walker with additional information for submitting ornaments.
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