Deck the halls with wreaths and trees

Here's where to get your Christmas greenery this season.

  • Wednesday, November 24, 1999 12:00pm
  • News

“Here’s where to get your Christmas greenery. Lions Club tree lotEvery year the Oak Harbor Lion’s Club raises between $4,000 and $5,000 for community projects by selling Christmas trees. This year the Lions will sell trees in the parking lot of Oak Village, just south of the am/pm Minimart on Highway 20. Sales will start on Saturday, Nov. 27 and continue through Dec. 23, or until all the trees are sold. Hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day of the week. Fraser, noble, grand, and Douglas fir trees will be available. All the money raised goes back to the community. For more information, call Jim Trask, 675-4765. Greenbank FarmTree and wreath sales start Dec. 4-5 and continue every weekend through through Dec. 19 at Greenbank Farm, Tree and wreath sales, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds help to support the community farm. Call 678-7700.Youth Dynamics Fresh cut grand, noble and Douglas firs go on sale for Christmas on Nov. 27 at Windermere Realty, S. Main St., Coupeville, every day of the week until Christmas, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Untrimmed “Snoopy” trees are also available. Proceeds benefit Youth Dynamics. Tree farms• Wood Bee Christmas Tree Farm, 2870 Torpedo Road, Oak Harbor. Sales begin Friday, Nov. 26. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. Besides trees there will be wreaths, garlands, and tree stands. Music, bonfire, free hot cider and coffee. Randolf the Phoney Baloney Pony who thinks he’s a reindeer will be at the farm daily. On weekends, Santa will join Randolf. Call 675-5723• Fircrest Tree Farm, 543 E. Houston Road, Coupeville, Sales begin Friday, Nov. 26. Hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wreaths• Locally made fresh wreaths are available through Dec. 5. Several styles available, $20 and $25. Proceeds go to supports Boy Scouts of America Troop No. 59. Call 679-0754.• Oak Harbor Garden Club makes Christmas wreaths decorated with a red velvet bow and fresh pine cones. To place an order please call Kathy Wallis at 675-1224.• Coupeville Garden Club will sell Christmas decorations as part of the Greening of Coupeville on Dec. 4. Whidbey Island tree ornamentThe 1999 Whidbey Island tree ornament features the Boy and Dog statue in Langley. Sales benefit Whidbey General Hospital. Price: $8 plus tax. Available at various stored and at the Whidbey General Hospital gift shop. A limited number of ornaments from other years are available.”

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