Christmas trees will be for sale on Saturday, Dec. 7 2019 at the front of Springwood Elementary School at 450 Despard Ave. in Parksville. Trees are cut fresh from Whiskey Creek Christmas Tree Farm. Trees under seven feet tall are just $35 and $40 for choices more than seven feet. Volunteers will be available to help take your purchased tree to your vehicle and by special request can be delivered locally to your home for an additional fee. (File photo)

Parksville school stages annual Christmas tree sale

Springwood Elementary PAC fundraiser, including student entrepreneur craft fair, goes Dec. 7

The Springwood Elementary School PAC’s 6th Annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser Sale and 4th Annual Student Entrepreneurs Craft Fair takes place on Saturday, Dec. 7 (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.).

All proceeds will benefit students at SES towards class field trips, outdoor/indoor sporting equipment and various school clubs. This annual sale has become a great community building event and brings back dedicated supporters and newcomers each year.

Trees will be for sale to the public “snow, rain or shine” at the front of Springwood Elementary School at 450 Despard Ave. in Parksville.

Trees are cut fresh from Whiskey Creek Christmas Tree Farm. Trees under seven feet tall are just $35 and $40 for choices more than seven feet. Volunteers will be available to help take your purchased tree to your vehicle and by special request can be delivered locally to your home for an additional fee.

READ MORE: Video: Springwood Elementary Christmas tree fundraiser

The students of SES will also be hosting their Entrepreneurs Craft Fair, which is open to the public. There will be plenty of unique crafts homemade by SES students, perfect for your Christmas shopping and a concession will be open.

For more information, email “Subject – Xmas Tree” at springwoodpac@gmail.com.

— NEWS Staff, submitted

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