Festival of Trees

The Junior League of Champaign-Urbana’s
Signature Event of the Season!

November 20-22, 2020


This year is the 25th Anniversary of Junior League of Champaign-Urbana’s Festival of Trees! Due to the pandemic, this time-honored tradition in the Champaign-Urbana community will look different this year but Junior League was determined to continue the holiday spirit and sense of community. The traditional public hours for viewing the Festival of Trees will be primarily virtual with raffle tickets and prizes purchased online.


 

8′ Premiere Tree Sponsors:

 

6′ Tree Sponsors:

 

4′ Tree Sponsors:

JLCU New Member Class | C-U Illini After Five Rotary Club | Champaign County CASA 

Emily Cross Vayr | Clark Lindsey | Giovanna Dibenedetto/Silver Hearts 

Health in Harmony | Jami Houston | Jamie & John Mullin & Dayna Emmons 

Jane Sullivan | January Boten | Jenette Jurczyk | Kelly Valle and Filip Przybysz 

Kristen Sackley, Katie Hansen, Cynthia Bruno, Rhea Bruno, Ritika Chopra, Ashley Morgan and Kaitlynn Ondreja 

Kristin Kramer | Lauren Kampwirth | Lisa Harpst, Amy Bailey, Liz Schleef & Joyce Blessman 

Monica Samii | Q Dental | Rotaract | WCIA |  Sara Ballard | Courage Connection

Wreath Sponsors:

Dayna Emmons & Dee Emmons | First Midwest Bank | First State Bank 

Frasca International | Martin Hood | Mary Wakefield & Kelsey Dzwilewski 

Northwestern Mutual | Paunicka Chiropractic Clinic | Prospect Bank 

Spiros Law, P.C. | Terrisa Nevin | Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority, Inc. 

Ashleigh Bachmann | Alice and Heather Miller | Dana DeCair 

Eastern Illinois Food Bank | Emily Vock | Health in Harmony 

International Women’s Group | January Boten | Katie Walker 

Nails by Dalenna | Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc | Trent Kramer

Tree and Wreath Sponsorship Opportunities have ended!
Still interested in being a part of CU’s premier holiday event and help support the Junior League’s programs and partners? Please contact Kelly Valle, Chair of Festival of Trees, at kellynvalle@hotmail.com

 

 

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