• Trees and wreaths for sale in Waterbury to benefit organizations
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     | December 04,2012
     

    WATERBURY — The lawn of the Wesley United Methodist Church on South Main Street in Waterbury is once again full of Vermont-grown Christmas trees and wreaths for sale to help three organizations.

    Prices range from $25 to $50, and all net proceeds benefit the Waterbury Area Food Shelf, the Duxbury food shelf and the Waterbury Good Neighbor fund.

    Prices are posted at the site, and purchases can be made anytime.

    In addition, if volunteers would like to help with selling the trees, contact Patti Spence at 272-1203. Saturday help is particularly needed, but help on weeknights is also welcome.

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