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O Christmas tree

The Drama Department at Carihi is holding a Christmas tree sale to raise funds for the theatre program at the high school.  The sale takes place Sunday, Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and will feature beautiful, locally grown balsam and fir trees. The trees are full figured beauties, six to eight feet on average. Taller and shorter trees are also available. The trees are all are pruned and shaped, and a bargain at $25-$30 each. Drop by Carihi on Dec. 9 and find your perfect tree. They will be set up in the upper parking lot, near the school entrance. - Photo courtesy of Carihi school
The Drama Department at Carihi is holding a Christmas tree sale to raise funds for the theatre program at the high school.  The sale takes place Sunday, Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and will feature beautiful, locally grown balsam and fir trees. The trees are full figured beauties, six to eight feet on average. Taller and shorter trees are also available. The trees are all are pruned and shaped, and a bargain at $25-$30 each. Drop by Carihi on Dec. 9 and find your perfect tree. They will be set up in the upper parking lot, near the school entrance.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Carihi school
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