Firefighters chipping trees for charity at Otter Co-op Jan. 4

Christmas trees are an important part of the holiday season, and the giving can continue into the New Year.

Christmas trees are an important part of the holiday season, and the giving can continue into the New Year.

On Jan. 4, for a small donation, and in partnership with the Otter Co-op, located at 3650 248 St.,  local firefighters will be taking and chipping Christmas trees, in their annual Tree Chip fundraiser for the Township of Langley Firefighters’ Charities.

The TLFD L4550 Charitable Society ( iaff4550.org ) has an aim to benefit the citizens it protects as firefighters, through the development of local charitable programs and by assisting other charities with similar objectives that operate in the best interest of the community.

Trees brought to the Otter Co-op on Saturday, Jan. 4, anytime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., will benefit the entire community.

 

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