GILFORD — The Gilford Rotary Club will launch its season of selling Christmas trees to benefit local charities December 6 – 15.
Look for the Gilford Rotary Christmas tree sale across from Hannaford on Route 11. Browse the great selection of fresh cut trees from noon till eight weekdays and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
These New Hampshire grown, freshly cut, premium trees include hundreds of first quality fraser fir and balsam trees in all shapes and sizes from table top to 12 feet tall. Plus decorative holiday wreaths.
New this year are two collectable Christmas tree ornaments depicting the Tannery Hill covered bridge, constructed, by Gilford Rotary members and Gilford townspeople in 1995. The 24-kt finish ornament can be purchased for $15. The second ornament is a Herman Defregger crystal that is $40. Stop in the Gilford Rotary trailer and register to win one of 30 special raffle items. There's hot chocolate, hot dogs and yummy corn chowder.