Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Media Release: Search begins for the annual Christmas Tree of Hope (CHML)


Search begins for the annual Christmas Tree of Hope (CHML)

HAMILTON, ON – August 15, 2016 –While we enjoy the last few weeks of summer, Hamilton’s Public Works Department is already starting to hunt for the perfect tree to be the centrepiece of Downtown Hamilton’s festive decorations for the upcoming Christmas season.

The City is asking residents to consider donating the perfect tree, which must be at least 40 feet (12 metres) tall, in the front yard, accessible from the street and clear of overhead wires. The tree would be cut and transported at no cost to the owner. If you have a large Colorado spruce tree in excellent condition in your front yard that you think is this year’s winner, please call 905-546-2424, extension 4392.

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