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Medfield Lions holding Christmas Tree Sale

The Medfield Lions Club annual Christmas Tree Sale is coming once again to Main Street. The sale, which runs through December 17, has become the club’s principal fundraiser and features freshly sheared, USDA Premium Grade Maine Balsam Fir Christmas trees. While there are both smaller and a limited number of larger trees, most trees fall in the range of 6-8 ft. There will also be a limited number of Fraser firs.

The Club will also be “netting” trees for ease of handling and transportation.

The sale will be held in the parking lot at Shaw’s Plaza, near Marshalls. Hours of operation are 4–7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 4-8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekends.

Not only does the Lions Christmas tree sale raise money for charity, it also helps members of the community at the same time. Every year the Lions let customers direct $5 of the purchase price of their tree to the Medfield charity of their choice (ask for one at the tree lot) when they make their purchase. The coupon can also be found in the school system’s Thursday packets throughout the month of December. This year, customers will have the option of directing $5 to either the Medfield Food Cupboard or the Medfield Animal Shelter.

Another way the Lions Christmas tree sale helps out in the community is with the donation of approximately twenty trees a year to the Medfield Food Cupboard, which distributes the trees to their needy clients.

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