A Christmas tree titled “Cranberry Christmas” stands tall in Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles on Saturday after fetching a top bid of $5,500 at Friday’s Festival of Trees gala auction. The tree included the premium of a moving feast of dinner four eight at four downtown Port Angeles eateries, as well as a porch bench. “Cranberry Christmas” was sponsored by Rinehart Consulting and designed by Molly Smith. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A Christmas tree titled “Cranberry Christmas” stands tall in Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles on Saturday after fetching a top bid of $5,500 at Friday’s Festival of Trees gala auction. The tree included the premium of a moving feast of dinner four eight at four downtown Port Angeles eateries, as well as a porch bench. “Cranberry Christmas” was sponsored by Rinehart Consulting and designed by Molly Smith. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Festival of Trees Gala nets $115,000

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