RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Governor Ralph Northam turned on the lights on the mansion’s annual Christmas tree lights on Wednesday night time.

This yr’s tree was donated by the native household farm Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm in Winchester, Virginia. In the course of the ceremony, Northam famous that agriculture is a crucial a part of Virginia’s financial system.

“As that is Christmas time, I encourage all of you to exit and decide a tree and assist these farmers,” stated Governor Northam.

  • Govt mansion tree lighting
  • Govt mansion tree lighting
  • Govt mansion tree lighting

Governor Northam, First Girl, will obtain the annual Christmas timber on the Govt Mansion on Monday

The Norwegian fir is about 25 ft tall and was planted in 2000. Pam Northam stated, “This tree stands proud as a beacon of hope and resistance.”

After the lighting, she invited attendees to hitch her within the Govt Mansion for refreshments and “a pageant of hope and light-weight”.

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