Woonsocket Annual Holiday Ornament, a Display of Americana

That Celebrates Community, Unity and Kinship

WOONSOCKET, R.I.: Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt today announced that the City ofWoonsocket’s Annual Holiday Ornament for 2020 features a beautiful American Style Barnthat has been produced by Beacon Design a division of the ChemART company based in Lincoln, Rhode Island; who is the leading ornament manufacturer in America and is famous for designing and manufacturing the official White House Holiday Ornament.

The Mayor enthusiastically stated, “Our ornament this year resonates with us what is positive and uplifting about our American and Woonsocket cultural heritage, especially as it relates to the holidays. Throughout American folklore barns have symbolized safety, stability, perseverance, and growth, attributes that will encourage us to bond and work together in a unified direction more than ever during this challenging period.”

The Mayor added, “This year’s Annual Holiday Ornament is a timeless, uplifting keepsake that emphasizes the importance of community and country during the holidays and is an inspiring addition to our annual ornament collection. This is a perfect gift or stocking stuffer for those who want a piece of Americana on their holiday displays.”

This year’s ornament is 100% made in the USA from solid brass and features a vibrantly colored red barn with an American Flag proudly displayed and “God Bless America”prominently visible. This is a limited edition of individually numbered ornaments with only 250 being produced. The ornaments are $20 each and are available at Woonsocket City Hall, Pepin Lumber, The Honey Shop(Park Avenue Location), radio stations WOON and WNRI, and Vose True Value Hardware Store. You can also call Linda Plays, Director of Human Services at 767-9282 to reserve your ornament.

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