This is where you'll find Santa's Trees in Green Hills this year

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Facebook/Santa's Trees</em></p>

Photo courtesy of Facebook/Santa's Trees

Christmas tree retailer Santa’s Trees will relocate most of its Green Hills-area selection from Hillsboro High School to Trinity Presbyterian Church due to the school’s renovation project. The lot opens to the public Friday, Nov. 23.

Hillsboro High School’s lot will offer trees up to 8-feet-tall, along with wreaths and garland. The Trinity Presbyterian Church lot, located at 3201 Hillsboro Pike, will carry the company’s Fraser fir and noble fir trees, which can be up to 20-feet-tall. The lot will also carry custom tree light installation, flocking, custom greenery, wreaths and garland.

Santa's Trees, which has been in operation for 34 years, plans to stay open until Monday, Dec. 24, unless they sell out of trees before that date. Fresh trees will arrive weekly at the lots.

What they said

“Hillsboro High School has partnered with Santa’s Trees for more than three decades, and we count on the funds that are raised to help us pay for student supplies and staff development,” said Dr. Schuler Pelham, principal at Hillsboro High School. “We look forward to continuing this tradition and spreading holiday cheer this upcoming season.”

Additionally, funds raised will benefit Trinity Presbyterian Church's work program.

“Funds raised will go back into the church to strengthen its ties to the surrounding community,” said Sally Hughes, pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church. “We look forward to helping them continue their mission while providing more than just trees for our community this Christmas.”



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