‘Tis the season to buy a Christmas tree in Barriere

Senior Boys Basketball team will be selling fresh cut trees right here in Barriere

Senior Boys Basketball team will be selling fresh cut trees right here in Barriere over the next few weeks.

Today is the first of December, and Christmas is just around the corner. Time to decorate and put up a Christmas tree.

If you’re planning to go out in the bush and cut down your own remember you will need a tree cutting permit this year, otherwise you could be fined.

Rather than cut your own, the Barriere Secondary School (BSS) has the answer, as their Senior Boys Basketball team will be selling fresh cut trees right here in Barriere over the next few weeks.

The BSS Senior Boys basketball team is fundraising this holiday season by selling Christmas trees on Dec. 4, 11, and 18 in the Barriere AG Foods parking area from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Sunday.

You can pick out your holiday trees, or place an order with any of the Senior Boys for pick up or delivery.

Don’t forget to stop by and support your Senior Boys basketball team in their hopes of making it to Provincials this season.

 

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