Christmas tree fundraiser in Nelson

The Kindergarten class is inviting people to St. Joseph School’s annual Christmas tree sale.

The Kindergarten class is inviting people to St. Joseph School’s annual Christmas tree sale. As a fundraiser for the school, trees are now available at Andex on Government Road. The school, along with Kootenay Kinderschool, is also selling homemade Christmas ornaments as an additional fundraiser for the Philippines relief effort. The little lambs are available for $5 at the school.

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