Greater York Dance, Cultural Alliance Share 2nd Place, House of Hope York Earns 3rd Place in Tree Decorating Contest at Spruce’d Up Presented by Traditions Bank

(December 20, 2022, York, Pa.) — The tree decorated by Kinsley Properties that depicted the Grinch’s theft of Christmas stole the hearts – and votes – of visitors to this year’s Spruce’d Up presented by Traditions Bank.

The win has earned Kinsley’s selected nonprofit, the York County Food Bank, a $3,000 donation from event sponsor Traditions Bank. More than 1,300 votes were cast by visitors to Spruce’d Up between December 2 and 17 at the home of the York Revolution.

Second place and a donation of $1,500 went to Greater York Dance and the Cultural Alliance of York County for the Nutcracker ballet-inspired tree sponsored by the Cultural Alliance.

The third-place tree was themed around holiday sweets and sponsored by Bennet Williams Commercial Real Estate, which earned a $500 donation for its benefitting nonprofit, House of Hope York, PA.

“Thank you so much to the hundreds of people who attended Spruce’d Up and the sponsors who supported terrific organizations doing so much good in our area,” said York Revolution President Eric Menzer. “We are thrilled to congratulate to the decorators of the winning trees and their nonprofit beneficiaries, and we are grateful to Traditions Bank for providing another festive, free event to our community and contributing to that community at the same time.”