Chamber tree decorating contest gives nonprofits chance to win cash

  • Saturday, November 18, 2017 10:00am
  • Life

The Langley Chamber of Commerce is inviting South End nonprofits to adopt one of 12 holiday trees to be placed in the town center for the admiration of the local community and visitors.

The organization with the winning tree will receive a monetary prize.

Trees will be available on Nov. 22 and must be completed by Nov. 27. Decorations should be handmade or use repurposed materials and follow the theme “Christmas by the Sea.”

Email organization details — name, point person, phone and email address — to langley@whidbey.com and/or call the chamber at 360-221-6765 for additional details.

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