The Hawley family Christmas tree
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.