Christmas Trees by Cambridge Boy Scouts


12/8/2010

Some hardware stores have Christmas trees. Some supermarkets have wreaths. But, the Cambridge Boy Scouts have both. Once again, Boy Scout Troop 45 and Sea Scout ship 45 are selling Christmas trees and wreaths at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Cameron Avenue in North Cambridge. They are located on the Bike Path to Davis Square. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 3-9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. 

There is a wide selection of trees to choose from to fit every home and budget. So, whether you’re looking for short or tall, fat or skinny, they have them all. This is a great way to get your Christmas tree while also supporting a very worthwhile Cambridge youth program.  

The Cambridge Boy Scouts are members of the Boston Minuteman Council, which serves communities throughout the Greater Boston area. It is the only council throughout the United States to adopt a comprehensive and anti-discrimination policy.  The mission of the Boston Minuteman Council Boy Scouts of America is to provide character development, citizenship training, growth in physical and mental fitness and leadership opportunities for the young people of the Boston metropolitan area. It prides itself on the diversity of its members and is committed to providing young people with an educational and stimulating environment in which to learn and grow. Through the Scout Oath and Law, it pledges to respect all people and to defend the rights of others. Bias, intolerance and unlawful discrimination are unacceptable within the ranks of the Boston Minuteman Council.

The Boston Minuteman Council serves more than 18,000 youth through 3,300 volunteers in more than 330 packs, troops and other units without regard to color, race, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation or economic status.

Proceeds from the sale of Christmas trees and wreaths the Cambridge Scouting program throughout the year, including getting youth out of the city and camping in the woods or boating on the Charles River. There is a new adventure each month! So, if you’re looking for the perfect place to put all those great gifts you bought or a wreath for the door, get out there and support a local youth program. Tax-deductible donations can also be sent to Troop 45, Boy Scouts of America, Box 381241, Cambridge, MA 02238.

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