A royal Christmas in Washington, D.C.

Once again, the Christmas tree at Union Station shines bright LORI ANN REINHALL Editor-in-chief The Norwegian American This year the moment felt extra special when the 32-foot tree at Union Station in Washington, D.C., came all aglow with over 20,000 lights on Dec. 8. Not only was Crown Prince Haakon of Norway there to celebrate, but everyone had waited for two years to see the Christmas tree again in all its glory. Photo: Lori Ann ReinhallSymbolically, the Christmas tree at Union Station is decorated with Norwegian and American flags.[/
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Lori Ann Reinhall

Lori Ann Reinhall, editor-in-chief of The Norwegian American, is a multilingual journalist and cultural ambassador based in Seattle. She is the president of the Seattle-Bergen Sister City Association, and she serves on the boards of several Nordic organizations.

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