A Shelton Spruce Makes The Cut: A Big-Time Star

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Cutting down a tree can be a chore. Or a relief. Or a bittersweet moment. spruceWhen that tree is 76 feet tall, it also can be quite a spectacle.

A Norway spruce in Shelton, at the home of John and Louse Vargoshe, was cut down today and now heads for the bright lights, big city. It will reign over Rockefeller Center this holiday season, crowned in crystal Swarovski, and be the star of a two-hour TV special when it’s lighted on Dec. 4.

Rose Lichtenfels has the story, with photos by Patrick Raycraft here.

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