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Dec 29, 2012 7:22 PM by Siera Santos, ssantos@koaa.com

It's "Treecycle" time!

If you're wondering what to do with your dried-up Christmas tree, there's a solution for that: "Treecycle" it!

Locations all around El Paso County are accepting withering trees. The $5 minimum donation is tax deductible and supports El Pomar Youth Sports Park and Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc. like Ranger Lacrosse.

Ranger Lacrosse players were at Memorial Park on Saturday hoisting trees into their bin for a good cause.

"It's really important because it's a great way to raise money for foundations and also to help out the earth a little bit," said Rangers Lacross player Davis Emeis.

Locations:

· Baptist Road Trailhead.......Baptist Road & Old Denver Highway

· Falcon Trailhead................Southwest of Woodmen Road & McLaughlin Road

· Cottonwood Creek Park......Dublin Boulevard & Montarbor Drive

· Sky Sox Stadium...............Barnes Road & Tutt Boulevard

· Rock Ledge Ranch............Gateway Road (to Garden of the Gods) & 30th Street

· Memorial Park....................Pikes Peak Avenue & Union Boulevard

· Rocky Top Resources*.......1755 E. Las Vegas Street

 

*Rocky Top Resources will operate as an extended Treecycle site from
December 26-31, 2012 and January 2-31, 2013 (CLOSED SUNDAYS)

8am - 4pm, Monday - Saturday

 

 

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