City begins the search for this year’s Centrepiece Christmas trees
The City of Hamilton is starting the hunt for trees to be part of the centrepieces for the holidays this 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 trees will be cut and transported at no cost to the owners.
Three trees will be selected for display at Gore Park, City Hall, and Memorial Square in Dundas. Additionally, branches from several other trees will be used for additional displays.
If you have a large Blue Spruce tree in excellent condition in your front yard that you think is a winner, please call 905-546-2424, extension 4392.
The City thanks residents for their participation in this year’s search for the perfect Christmas tree.
SOURCE: CITY OF HAMILTON