November 29, 2012 | Vol. 116 -- No. 32

More than Nobel Firs at Teen Challenge’s lot

Reindeer and a camel help add holiday ambience to tree sales

The holiday season is in full swing at Teen Challenge’s Christmas tree lot, evidenced by a stock of trees, games for kids and even the two reindeer at the site.

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James Eik
One of the most beloved of holiday animals, reindeers help complete the atmosphere at the tree lot in Airway Heights.

Tony Cloud, program coordinator for Teen Challenge, said the lot has been the organization’s site for Christmas trees for the last six years. Continuing off the success of its pumpkin patch in October, a number of amenities help make it a destination for Airway Heights residents and those in the area.

The 600 trees on the lot, ranging from Douglas Fir to Noble Firs, were grown in Washington and are rated at one on a scale of o...

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