The Haw­ley fam­ily Christ­mas tree

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Freshly cut: David Haw­ley, left, gives his son Chris­tian Haw­ley a hand car­ry­ing a fresh cut Ley­land cy­press that the fam­ily se­lected and cut down at Berry’s Tree Farm Satur­day evening. Chris­tian Haw­ley, cen­ter, and his wife Stephanie will cel­e­brate the first Christ­mas in their new Cov­ing­ton home to­gether, along with a new ad­di­tion to their fam­ily: 3- month- old Ten­ley. Berry’s Tree Farm, which is cel­e­brat­ing 30 years of busi­ness, of­fers lo­cal res­i­dents a chance to choose and cut down their own Christ­mas trees. Get­ting there: The farm, lo­cated at 90 Mt. Ta­bor Road in Cov­ing­ton, also fea­tures pre­cut Fra­zier furs, fresh wreaths and gar­lands, train rides and a con­ces­sion stand on the week­ends. Hours for the 2007 Christ­mas sea­son are Mon­day through Thurs­day 3 p. m. to 7 p. m., Fri­day noon to 7 p. m. and Satur­day and Sun­day 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. For more in­for­ma­tion or di­rec­tions to Berry’s Tree Farm, call ( 770) 786- 5833 of visit www. berrystree­farm. com.

Mandi Singer/The Cov­ing­ton News

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