Requests being accepted for giving trees
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Giving trees are located throughout the community for those who would like to contribute to the program.
The giving trees will have tags available that list needed items and Christmas wishes requested by families of the Tri-Area.
This year, the Tri-Area program is taking responsibility for the Port Townsend Christmas Connections program.
Families who live in Port Townsend, Port Hadlock, Chimacum, Nordland and Port Ludlow may phone 360-379-4207 to sign up to request gifts.
Donors can choose a tag and return the new unwrapped item to the tree no later than Dec. 16.
In 2011, the Tri-Area Christmas for Children program served 308 children and 119 families in the county, numbers that continue to grow each year.
The Port Townsend program served 415 children and 190 families.
Monetary donations are needed and appreciated.
Donations can be mailed to P.O. Box 267, Port Hadlock, WA 98339.
Last modified: November 07. 2012 6:03PM