Tree tradition continues

Bendigo Weekly | Bendigo Weekly | 30-Nov-2017

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Cheerful elves will help you pick your tree.
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The great Y Service Club Christmas Tree Sale is now on.

One of the best aspects of Christmas for families is picking out the Christmas tree. 

And every year the YMCA raises money for up to 20 charities by selling “real live” trees to the public.

Colin Lambie said he was always pleased to see the same families come back each year to pick out their trees.

“They are often generational visits. Someone will say that their father or grandfather always used to get their trees from us, and we are really pleased to continue that tradition,” Mr Lambie said.

The trees cost $50 and the larger ones may be more. 

The trees will be selling this Saturday and Sunday and then December 8, 9 10 and then December 14 to 18. 

Trees will be available from 9am to 4pm on weekends and noon to 6pm mid-week. The trees will be on sale beside the YMCA Tom Tweed Stadium on Mundy Street until December 18 – or whenever they sell out.

Tree stands are also available for sale. 

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