WESTFIELD, NJ — The annual Westfield High School Music Christmas Tree Pick-up is happening again this season, organizers said.

Westfield residents can support the Westfield High School Choral and Band Departments by signing up to have their Christmas trees collected on Jan. 4, organizers said. All trees are taken to the Westfield Conservation Area for recycling, the announcement said.

Due to COVID-19 trees will be picked up courtesy of Precision Tree Care located in Westfield, organizers said. Westfield High School Music is grateful for the generosity of Mark Garretson of Precision Tree Care, a WHS Choir Member parent, who is offering his services for the annual fundraiser, organizers said.

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Those wishing to have trees picked up are encouraged to register early, as there is a limit of 400 customers for pickup this year.

To sign-up for the $20 service, visit westfieldxmastree.com and complete the form.

Send cash or check payable to “WHS Music”: Westfield BPA, P.O. Box 522, Westfield, NJ 07090. Participants will receive a confirmation email once your payment has been received. Reservations will close on Monday, Dec. 28. 

Support of this WHS Music fundraiser helps provide resources to all of our performing ensembles including equipment, clinicians and music. To learn more about the WHS Music Programs visit Westfield Bands and Westfield Choir.

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