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Pfaff's U-cut Christmas Trees offers fundraising opportunities for PTSAs

Pfaff’s U-cut Christmas Trees – an long-established neighborhood tree farm – is providing school PTSAs with a fundraising opportunity for educational programs and materials to benefit students.

The offer is good for students, families, relatives and friends from Auburn and Kent elementary schools.

When students and their families purchase a tree from Pfaff’s – beginning the day after Thanksgiving though Dec. 23 – Pfaff’s will donate 10 percent of the sale to their PTSA. The donation will not be deducted at the time of sale.

Pfaff’s U-cut Christmas Trees is located at 29204 124th Ave. SE, Auburn, next to Mountain View High School. The farm has been growing trees – both recyclable and renewable – for local families for 30 years.

Beginning Friday, tree farm hours will be 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. weekends.

For more information and directions, call 253-852-8244 or visit www.pfaffschristmastrees.com.

School PTSAs that want to participate, need to send a letter to Pfaff’s U-Cut Christmas Trees at 29204 124th Ave SE, Auburn, WA 98092 by Dec. 2, or e-mail: info@pfaffschristmastrees.com.

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