The Christian Fellowship team decorated their tree with ornaments featuring pictures of participants and team members, and a tree topper that signifies "Disability Ministry in the Church".
Members of the club dedicated their tree to the Beatles with handmade decorations highlighting famous songs they played.
The Latino Student Union decorated their tree to represent different Latino cultures and to "Reach for the Stars."
Ninjas were the most popular theme with the 6-8 year-old elementary kids.
Student representatives were selected from the four year AVID elective course to decorate their tree and bond with each other.
Students decorated their tree with pink ribbons in honor of those who battle cancer and the families who support them.
Decorating a Christmas tree was the top voted activity of the year among the third grade Brownies after having visited the park in past years.
Local artists created the decorations on this tree to express their love for community art projects.
Handmade ball ornaments, miniature Christmas trees, and garlands hang on this tree decorated by members of the club and friends. The club needs help funding admission and transportation to museums and cultural events.
With technology being a part of the students' lives at Old Orchard School, this tree was decorated with old technology as a reminder of how important it is.
The ornaments on this "Faith, Hope and Love" themed tree included photos of club members. The club is raising $5,000 to build a house for a family in Mexico.
Children at the preschool made their own mittens to hang on their tree.
Bikers Against Child Abuse serves to create a safer environment for abused children, lend emotional support, and take action to prevent child abuse.
Decorating their own tree gave the fourth graders at Brooktree School a sense of pride and accomplishment.
This tree was decorated by members of the Willow Glen 2011 Relay For Life committee, who fight for and celebrate the lives of the people affected by cancer.
Sunday Friends helps families break the cycle of poverty and learn life skills to give back to the community.
This memorial tree contains the names of loved ones who are remembered during this holiday season.
Students at John Muir Middle School decorated their tree with their school colors, purple and gold.
Participants created decorations as part of a six week outpatient program teaching them how to manage the pain caused by injuries.
Parents and children of the preschool decorated the tree with colorful trees and snowflakes made by the children.
First through fifth grade Cub Scouts created "A Green Christmas" with recycled materials.
Creating weather resistant decorations presented a challenge to this group of students from the YWCA.
This tree is full of animal-shaped decorations representing rivers, oceans, mountains, and other natural objects found on our planet Earth.
This group of parents and their 3-year-old children decorated their tree with recycled materials.
For the fourth consecutive year, Junior Troop #60114 fourth graders decorated this beautiful tree and enjoyed hot chocolate afterwards.