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Elections are over and now everyone can return the focus to warm traditions and cherished time with family. Mom cooks the special Holiday foods, Dad hangs the lights, anticipation builds in the hearts of children. Ah yes, time to celebrate a certain special birth!

It is time to buy a live Christmas Tree at the College Station Noon Lions Club Christmas Tree Lot. It will be stocked exclusively with the beautiful and immensely popular Fraser Firs from North Carolina. Trees range from 4 feet to 12 feet and are priced from $40 to $135. Only cash or checks will be accepted.

Opening on Friday, Nov. 25 at 9am, the sale will continue as long as supplies last. Weekend hours will be 9am to 9pm. Beginning Nov. 28, the lot will be open weekdays from 4pm to 9pm.

The lot is located at 2605 S. Texas Ave. on King Cole across from the College Station police station.

Those who purchase a tree at our lot help raise money for Lions’ projects and local charities. The College Station Noon Lions Club pays for eye exams and eyeglasses for local residents, sponsors the “I Love America” Fourth of July celebration, sends children with physical disabilities and Type I Diabetes to summer camp, and supports other charitable causes and activities.

The College Station Noon Lions Club is affiliated with Lions Clubs International. Lions create and foster a spirit of understanding of humanitarian needs among all people by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation. The College Station Noon Lions Club has over 125 members and meets on Mondays at noon at the Hilton in College Station. All proceeds received from the public through activities like the sale of Christmas trees are returned to the public through service projects and donations.

For more information about club projects or membership, please visit http://csnoonlions.org.