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USA Children's & Women's "Holiday Tree Trail” now open

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USA Children's and Women's Hospital is launching a new holiday tradition. The "Holiday Tree Trail" is a whimsical display of live trees set up at Geri Moulton Children's Park.

Located in a wooded setting along the entrance drive to USA Children's & Women's Hospital, the park provides a tranquil place where children can set aside thoughts of injury and illness, where families can find respite from worry, and where the community can leave behind the stress of everyday life.

The Holiday Tree Trail features 100 decorated Frazier Firs lining the sidewalks, and more than 50 sculptures. Local businesses, community groups, and departments from the hospital sponsored and decorated the trees.

The Holiday Tree Trail is a free event for the entire community. Chris Jett stopped by our studio during FOX10 News at 4 p.m. to talk about how it all came together. You can watch the interview in the accompanying video. The lighted tree display will be open nightly from dusk until midnight. Guests are welcome to visit the display during the daytime, to see all the intricate designs on the trees.


USA Children's & Women's Holiday Tree Trail
Geri Moulton Children's Park
Through Jan. 5, 2018

University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital is one of only five freestanding hospitals in the U.S. devoted to the unique needs of women and children. They deliver more babies than any other hospital in the community, featuring the region's only pediatric emergency department and treat about 1,000 premature infants a year in its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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