Kids Deck the Airports' Halls
This month, two Washington area airports will bring in Santa's little helpers to assist with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's second-annual tree trimming celebration.
Today at Reagan National, between 10:30 and 11:15 a.m., about 100 children from nine District, Maryland and Virginia elementary and middle schools will decorate trees with homemade ornaments that pay tribute to this year's theme, "Holidays Around the World." Then on Thursday at Washington Dulles, during the same hours, about 85 students from six local elementary, middle and high schools will take their turn playing Martha Claus.
At National, the trees will be set up in the baggage claim area of Terminal B/C; at Dulles, look for them in the Main Terminal near carousels 8-10. The trees trimmed with care (and perhaps sticky, gooey fingers) will be on display for the entire month.
By Andrea Sachs |
December 2, 2008; 10:06 AM ET
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