Christmas tree delivered to Kansas governor’s official residence

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback receives the official Cedar Crest Christmas Tree. (Photo courtesy KSNT via NBC News)

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – The holidays have officially arrived at the Kansas governor’s mansion.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and his family Wednesday officially welcomed a 10-year-old scotch pine tree at Cedar Crest, the governor’s official residence, in Topeka.  The treew was delivered by a horse-drawn wagon.

The tree was chosen from the strawberry hill Christmas Tree Farm near Lawrence, Kansas.

Growers Eric and Lyn Walther with the Kansas Christmas Tree Growers Association presented the tree. They also presented the governor’s holiday tree when Kathleen Sebelius was in office.

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