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July 14, 2024

Christmas tree recycling event planned for Jan. 6, 2024

Members of Scout Troop 112 gather Christmas trees for chipping and reuse during a past year's collection. This year's pickup will be on Saturday, Jan. 6.
December 25, 2023

Multiple Scout troops, Ashland Lion’s Club, city of Ashland to participate in joint effort

A Christmas tree recycling event is set for Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024, in the city of Ashland, according to a news release.

The event will be a joint effort between Scout Troop No. 112 and 8112, Cub Scout Pack No. 112, the Ashland Lion’s Club, and the city of Ashland’s Parks & Recreation Department. It marks the event’s 37th year.

Ashland residents wanting to participate should have their Christmas tree curbside by the night of Friday, Jan. 5. It will be picked up in the morning. The recycled trees will be chipped and used in parks throughout the city, the release said.

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