The Tradition Continues: Chatham Jaycees 47th Annual Christmas Tree Sale Starts Saturday, Nov. 29

Members of Kiwanis of Chatham and Madison, along with the Chatham High School Key Club, assist the Chatham Jaycees with preparing for the 47th Annual Tree Sale. Credits: Chatham Jaycees

CHATHAM, NJ - The tradition continues.

For the 47th straight year, the Chatham Jaycees will conduct its annual Christmas Tree Sale at the corner of Main Street and Brooklake Road.

The sale begins Saturday, Nov 29 and will continue until all the trees are sold or through Tuesday, Dec. 23. Wreaths and garland will also be sold. 

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Weekend hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekdays from 6 to 9:00 p.m.  All proceeds from the ‘Tree Sale’ benefit a variety of civic and charitable organizations.  Some of the past recipients have included the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America, ECLC School, Chatham Emergency Squad, Fire Department and Senior Services, as well as the Chatham Library and Community Band.
The Jaycee’s are a non-profit civic organization providing leadership training for young adults between the ages of 19 and 40, with emphasis on business development skills and community service. The Chatham Jaycee’s also organize the annual Fishawack Run and provide a major scholarship for a graduating Chatham High School senior.

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