The Connecticut Christmas Tree Growers Association was organized in 1960 to encourage the development of the Christmas tree industry in the state of Connecticut.
The site is maintained for CCTGA members and for the public who buy "real" trees at Christmas. The site includes information about local tree farms, where to purchase trees, and how to care for them. The site also provides a list of officers, members and membership information.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Joseph “Pep” William Voboril Jr., 79, of Willington, CT. He died peacefully in his sleep on January 15, 2015 in his home. Joe was a founding member, director, the treasure of the CCTGA. Joseph’s family will receive relatives and friends on Tuesday, January 20, 2015, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at Potter Funeral Home 456 Jackson Street, (Rte. 195) Willimantic, CT. His funeral service will be held Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at 10:00am at Potter Funeral Home, with burial to follow at Willington Hill Cemetery, Willington. He will be greatly missed. Additional information can be found at potterfuneralhome.com/wp-content/plugins/funeralworks_obituary_plugin/ajax-obituary2.php?Counter=3782&mn=33
INVITATION TO A UNIQUE EVENT IN THE CHRISTMAS TREE SECTOR
QUEBEC CHRISTMAS TREE GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Greetings to one and all.
It is with great pleasure that we invite your association to the bilingual 2015 Christmas Tree Convention taking place February 20th and 21st. This event is aimed at all persons involved in the production of Christmas trees.Our english page presenting the event is now on line.
You may find all information (registration form, program) at http://apanq.qc.ca/en/
The bilingual two-day program offers:Guest speakers from the United States, Nova Scotia and Québec. (Simultaneous translation)
Presentations on most recent research projects.
Exchanges with major speakers in the field.
We are looking forward to meeting you,
Joëlle Cardonne, President
The Harvest New England Association
is now accepting scholarship applications from specialty crop producers to attend the
2015 Harvest New England Agricultural Marketing Conference and Trade Show::
Direct Marketing to Diversified Wholesale, Finding What Works for You.
The application can be found on the homepage of the conference website and are due by February 1, 2015 so don't wait!
Specialty crop producers include those that grow fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, greenhouse/nursery products, maple syrup, honey, Christmas trees and value added products from the previous items.
Questions about the scholarships can be directed to Faith Raymond, 802-828-1619 or Faith.firstname.lastname@example.org
Coloring Contest for K thru 3rd graders winners are:
Kindergarten - Bella - Oxford
Kindergarten - Rafael - Hamden
1st Grade - Leighton - Middletown
1st Grade - Olivia - New Britain
2nd Grade - Jose - Hartford
2nd Grade - Madison - New Haven
3rd Grade - Amelia - Dayville
3rd Grade - Mia - Torrington
The winning pictures
Updated - January 16, 2015
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