From left, Kimm Mantz, of Philipsburg, and Brandy Williams and Karen Thomas, of Morrisdale, take a selfie in front of the tree on Dec. 2. Photo provided.
Debbie Leo, of State College, visited the tree with a friend before it departed Centre County. Photo provided
Debbie Leo, of State College, visited the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in New York City prior to the Nov. 29 lighting. “I told everyone in the crowd that this fabulous tree was from our lovely hometown of State College,” she said. Photo provided
Joan Andrews saw the tree as it was under scaffolding and being decorated. Photo provided
State College residents Jan Scholl and Doug White. Photo provided.
Julie Pichora, of State College, visited the tree before and after it was lit. Photo provided
Patrick Dougherty is from Houserville, currently lives in Conshohocken and visited New York City to see the Centre County tree.
Alice Griffin, of State College, saw the tree the morning of the lighting ceremony on Nov. 29. Photo provided
Allison Shingledecker went with her grandmother to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree on Dec. 2.
Avery, left, and Rachelle Coffey stand in front of the tree at Rockefeller Center on Dec. 2. Photo provided
In a photo submitted by Sandra Hersh, her friend Mark Watson, of Lowell, Massachusetts, poses in front of the tree. Photo provided
Jessica King, of Clarence, and her friend, Devan, saw the tree on Dec. 2. Photo provided
From left, Susan Bedsworth, Lan Conrad and Phumara Cox, who all work for the Penn State Office of Physical Plant and hail from Boalsburg and State College, pose in front of the tree. Photo provided
Katie McNeil, Penn State Class of 2017, visits the tree. Photo provided
Howard resident Billie Jo Novosel and her daughter, Grace, visit the tree on Dec. 2. Photo provided
Taylor Evcic and her family represent their hometown while visiting the tree. Photo provided
Kelsey Karpinski captured the tree at night. Photo provided.
Mark Ivicic, of Bellefonte, poses in front of the tree on Dec. 2. Photo provided
Bellefonte residents Mark Ivicic, Jessi Krone and Ellen Gruppo visit the tree on Dec. 2. Photo provided
Penn State alumni Brian and Jessie Leo Poole visit the tree on Dec. 2. Brian and Jessie met at Penn State and wed in 2014 and moved to NYC. They were members of the Penn State Singing Lions show choir and Thespians, and participated in Thon. They love State College and visit often. Photo provided
Andrew Jackson Sr. visited the tree with his wife, Victoria Torres Jackson, and daughter Victoria Andrea Jackson, visiting from Portland, Oregon. Photo provided
Becky, Nick and John Mason, of State College, visit the tree. Photo provided