Rocking Around the Christmas Tree (and Wreath)

As the holidays approach, the people of Hanover and Norwich seek to decorate their homes with trees and wreaths. And for the the fifteenth year in a row the high school music department has sought to help the community and provide some funds for themselves by selling Christmas trees and wreaths in the Lebanon St. parking lot on December 6-7 and December 13-14 from 10am-3pm.

The balsam and fraser trees are supplied by the Nichols Tree Farm a local and family run business known for their quality trees. The wreaths have the option of coming with a red satin bow and cost eighteen dollars each, while the small balsam trees coast about fifteen dollars. Other trees can range from thirty to fifty dollars depending on size and species. The Hanover High School music department has offered the option of pre-ordering wreaths by filling out a flier which one can get by contacting Julianne Harden, the music departments ed assistant via email.  There will be a limited number of unreserved wreaths available and the forms are due December first so order soon. In the years previous the HHS music department makes about three to four thousand dollars in profit, and uses this money to pay for equipment, to bring in guest teachers, and to fund the high schools jazz band’s trip to Germany.

So if you have a need for some freshly cut yuletide vegetation and wish to support the town’s highly talented music department, then come on down this December and take a look.

for more information contact the HHS Music Department at: 603-643-3431 ext. 2507

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