Lost Creek Lions Club selling trees to renovate local park

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The Lost Creek Lions Club is helping people get in the spirit of Christmas.      

The club will be selling Christmas trees at the Chamberlain Building at the intersection of Lost Creek Road and Hawk Highway. 

The trees are from Hundred, West Virginia.

Proceeds from sales are going towards renovating and improving the park near the post office in Lost Creek. 

Officials say the trees are a great deal and that you’re supporting a good cause. 

“For the trees that we have they are probably the best trees that you can get anywhere. They’re fresh off the farm. We bring them down here. The smaller trees go for $55; medium size are $65; and the taller trees, which are anywhere from eight- to almost ten-feet tall, are $70,” said Richard McClain, a member of the Lost Creek Lion Club.

Members of the Lions Club will be there selling trees from 4-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and 1-5 p.m. on Sundays.

Another event that the Lions Club will be participating in is “Wreaths Across America” where they will put wreaths on the graves of veterans.

That will happen on December 15 at the Lost Creek Seventh Day Baptist Church Cemetery. 

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