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Trees of Sharing season begins


’Tis the season for Trees of Sharing 2017. The Trees of Sharing program is a special way for Grand Coulee Dam area residents to anonymously bless local children who might not otherwise receive a gift at Christmastime.

Children’s names may be submitted on “wish” slips and dropped into collection boxes at Safeway Pharmacy, Coulee Medical Center, or Harvest Foods. Names will be collected through Sunday, November 12. After the children’s names are collected, trees with “ornament tags” will be placed at selected locations in the community by Saturday, November 18.

Trees of Sharing is for children and teenagers up to age 18 residing in the Grand Coulee Dam area, including Elmer City and Belvedere. Eligible children must be enrolled in the Grand Coulee Dam School District.

Please call Linda Black, 633-3611, to volunteer with Trees of Sharing. There are opportunities to organize, shop, wrap, and deliver gifts.

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