WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Washington Township’s volunteer firefighters are again boasting a wide variety of trees during their annual Christmas tree sale.
Shop seven days a week until Christmas Eve — from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. — at their Washington Avenue headquarters.
Also available are wreaths (1-5 feet), grave blankets and other Christmas accessories — along with plenty of netting and twine — as well as metal tree stands and disposal skirts.
As an entirely volunteer organization, the Washington Township Fire Department depends on donations.
The firefighters aim to offer value to those looking for anything from the dense, traditional Balsam, the versatile old-fashioned Douglas or the strong-branched Fraser, to a a four- or five-foot high “Charlie Brown” tree.
They will also provide the muscle to make sure that your tree is loaded properly onto your vehicle.
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