CHICAGO (CBS)– It’s a sign the holidays are on the way.
Chicago’s Christmas tree has officially arrived at Millennium Park.READ MORE: Darien Residents Stunned By Speed, Ferocity Of Severe Storms
The 45-foot tree was cut down Friday in Morgan Park. It was selected from nearly 50 nominations and was donation by a retired Chicago Public Schools teacher.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rain Totals After Strong Storms, Tornado Hits Southwest Suburbs
The tree will be delivered at 10 a.m. The virtual lighting service will take place on Nov. 19.
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