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Sooke Lions and Harbourside Lioness members had cool, clear weather this past weekend for accepting discarded Christmas trees outside Home Hardware. Pictured above between Sunday, January  9 chipping sessions are, from left, Jo, Sue, Ellen and Steve. Members indicated the number of trees may have been down slightly from previous years but the monetary donations were generous. Money raised at the tree chipping goes to Chip in for Kids and the Victoria Easter Seal House. - Jim Sinclair photo
Sooke Lions and Harbourside Lioness members had cool, clear weather this past weekend for accepting discarded Christmas trees outside Home Hardware. Pictured above between Sunday, January 9 chipping sessions are, from left, Jo, Sue, Ellen and Steve. Members indicated the number of trees may have been down slightly from previous years but the monetary donations were generous. Money raised at the tree chipping goes to Chip in for Kids and the Victoria Easter Seal House.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair photo

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