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Arlington designer Allie Mann used Dr. Seuss characters as inspiration for the Christmas tree she created for the Georgetown Jingle, an annual benefit for pediatric cancer programs.

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Decorating Trees and Fundraising

Georgetown Jingle supports MedStar Georgetown University Hospital’s pediatric cancer programs.

A few local designers are using their talent to bring holiday cheer to some local pediatric cancer patients. Arlington resident Allie Mann, a senior designer at Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., and Alexandria resident Allison Priebe Brooks, owner of Queen Bee Designs, were among the tastemakers selected to participate in the Georgetown Jingle, a fundraising effort for pediatric oncology programs at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington.


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