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Chicago’s Christmas tree donated by South Holland family

<p>This 57-foot Colorado blue spruce is being donated as Chicago's Christmas tree by the Moore family of South Holland. It will be lighted at the 100th anniversary of Chicago&rsquo;s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 26. Terri Moore and her daughters, 11-year-old Kirsten and 8-year-old Taylor, will join Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Santa Claus and other special guests for the 6 p.m. tree-lighting ceremony.</p>

This 57-foot Colorado blue spruce is being donated as Chicago's Christmas tree by the Moore family of South Holland. It will be lighted at the 100th anniversary of Chicago’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 26. Terri Moore and her daughters, 11-year-old Kirsten and 8-year-old Taylor, will join Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Santa Claus and other special guests for the 6 p.m. tree-lighting ceremony.

For anyone looking forward to heading downtown to celebrate the holiday season, this year's Christmas tree has been selected. According to the Chicago Sun-Times

"Chicago’s Christmas tree arrives Friday in Daley Plaza — a 57-foot Colorado blue spruce donated by the Moore family of South Holland.

It will be lighted at the 100th anniversary of Chicago’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 26."

[Read the full story at the Chicago Sun-Times]

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