Wilcox Avenue Tree Brightens Throggs Neck This Holiday Season

Frank Carpenter (l) and Aggie Carpenter with their tree.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Wilcox Avenue got brighter this holiday season when Frank Carpenter once-again decorated a 29-foot-tall tree in front of his home. The tree, which Carpenter and his father planted in 1978, has more than 1,200 lights, 175 ball-shaped ornaments and about 50 various other kinds of ornaments. The tree is located at 745 Wilcox Avenue.

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