MADISON (WKOW)-- Wisconsin school children are being asked to decorate ornaments for the Capitol Christmas tree.
Governor Scott Walker says the theme of this year's tree will be "In Wisconsin," which is also the motto being used in a marketing campaign by the chief's economic development agency.
Walker says the ornaments should be brightly colored and represent goods or products that are made in Wisconsin, like milk, cheese, and other dairy products, cranberries, and Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Teachers or students interested in displaying ornaments on the Capitol Christmas tree, are asked to submit them by November 19. They should be sent to the governor's Capitol office.
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