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Boy Scout Troop 76 Annual Christmas Tree Disposal

by Press Release
December 14, 2017

$10 for trees over 6 ft tall

Pickup will be on Saturday, January 6, 2018 (snow date is Saturday, January 13th).

We start early, so trees need to be clean (no tinsel, wreaths or swags) and placed by the curb before 7am.

Price is $8 for smaller trees (up to 6 ft tall) and $10 for larger trees (over 6 ft tall). 

Checks, made out to Troop 76 Holliston, should be placed in an envelope and taped to the front door.

To schedule a pickup, we are asking people to send an email to Troop76Holliston@gmail.com with their name, address and phone number.

We will accept orders until 5pm on Friday, January 5th.

Holliston Residents Only

 

 

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