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Hank Simon, director of Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association presents Lauren Beals, teacher of the Advertising and Display class at Madison West High School, along with Principal Ed Holmes, the award and check for the logo design winner Lisa Feigl, who is studying abroad.<br />

Hank Simon, director of Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association presents Lauren Beals, teacher of the Advertising and Display class at Madison West High School, along with Principal Ed Holmes, the award and check for the logo design winner Lisa Feigl, who is studying abroad.
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Winner of Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association logo design contest chosen

Nov. 8, 2012 | 0 comments

Lisa Feigl, a junior from Madison West High School, was the winner of the Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association (WCTPA) Logo Design Contest.

Christmas tree growers were impressed with the character and creativity of the entries and chose five as finalists.

"In accepting this award, I would like to thank my teachers, Ms. Beals, Ms. Everill, and Ms. Drews for fostering my artistic skills," Feigl exclaimed.

Feigl's entry received the highest number of votes by Christmas tree growers at the WCTPA summer convention. The contest was open to Wisconsin high school students, giving them an opportunity to use their skills in a real life situation.

The other finalists were Olivia Mobley of Sheboygan North High School, Zac Nawatzki of Slinger High School, Josie Tollaksen of Poynette High School, and Breanna Boone of Seneca School District.

The efforts of the students who took the time to create and submit a design were appreciated.

Also during the summer convention, David Propst of Propst Christmas Trees, Beaver Dam was newly elected to the board of directors. Diane Chapman, Silent Night Evergreens, Endeavor was elected president and Mike Walsh, Central Wisconsin Evergreens, Merrill, became vice president.

The Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association is an association of Christmas tree growers and related businesses who are dedicated to sustainable farming practices to produce environmentally friendly, farm grown Christmas trees and wreaths.

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