BAY VILLAGE KIWANIS CLUB ANNOUNCES ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE SALE

Tree sales begin Saturday, November 30.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The Bay Village Kiwanis Club will soon be setting up their annual Christmas tree sale at the Cahoon Park Gazebo area, ready to start selling trees the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 30.

Three Christmas tree varietals will be available, including Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs and Colorado Blue Spruces. Tree sizes rang from 6-10 feet tall. Prices range from $40-100, depending on size and type. Cash or check is accepted—no credit cards. Delivery is available for a donation.

Christmas tree sale dates are November 30 until all the 280 trees are gone, and hours are:

• Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 4–8 p.m.

• Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.–8 p.m.

“Everyone buys a Christmas tree, so why not buy your tree locally and help fund the many worthy projects and programs that the Bay Village Kiwanis Club supports,” says Rhonda Schneider of the Kiwanis Club of Bay Village. “We even deliver for a donation  to our organization!”

New this year, the Bay Village Kiwanis Club is co-hosting the Cahoon Community Christmas event–with the Bay Village Historical Society–taking place on Sunday, December 8 from 2 p.m. till dusk. This event, will feature a visit by Santa, holiday music, the official lighting of the Bay Village Christmas tree, the Bay Village Kiwanis Club’s Christmas tree sale and many other activities. (See attached flyer for more information.)

If you have questions regarding the Christmas tree sale, please contact Kiwanian Rhonda Schneider at (440) 225-6358 or email baykiwanis@gmail.com.

Funds generated by the annual Christmas tree sale and other Bay Village Kiwanis Club events help support projects like: Rachel’s Challenge, Reese Park renovations, Play in Bay renovations, Village Food Kitchen, BAYarts, educational grants through the Bay Village Education Foundation and many more.Bay Village Kiwanis meet every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Bay Methodist Church in the lower level. All are welcome.

 

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