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Christmas – a Special Time of Giving and Receiving with Rotary

This Christmas, the Rotary Club of The Hills – Kellyville are giving families a chance to both give and receive. By coming to one of two easy locations, Hills families can ‘receive’ a wonderful fresh, real Christmas tree. The ‘giving’ part is that 100% of the profit from your Christmas tree purchase will go to great Rotary works in the local community and beyond.

The Christmas tree sale dates are across 3 weekends in December
– Saturday 3 rd & Sunday 4 th December
– Saturday 10 th & Sunday 11 th December
– Saturday 17 th & Sunday 18 th December (the last days subject to Christmas tree stock)

In two locations over both weekends:
– The Bull & Bush Hotel (car park), cnr Windsor Rd & Seven Hills Rd, Baulkham Hills
– The Ettamogah Hotel (car park), cnr Windsor Rd & Merriville Rd, Kellyville Ridge.

Both locations are easy to get to with plenty of space to park & select a Christmas tree and the Rotary team even load them for customers. And for those really stuck, arrangements can be made for delivery. The finest of Christmas Trees are sourced from NSW farms around Sydney and are freshly delivered each weekend.

Another way to give back to the community through The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville this Christmas is ‘The Giving Tree” located at Grove Square (formerly Stockland Mall), Baulkham Hills. The Giving Tree has supported those in need at Christmas for more than two decades and this year up to 200 gifts will go to children and young adults at three women’s refuges.

Funds from Christmas Tree sales raised go entirely to projects of The Rotary Club of the Hills- Kellyville. Local programs include literacy initiatives for students and a local community garden. Further afield the club continues its Bourke Public School Breakfast Club project, helping to increase school attendance. The club continues to be proactive in providing support for drought, flood and bushfire affected communities. The Children’s Hospital at Westmead purchased new state of the art equipment for their Eye Clinic with funds organised by the Club. On the international front, the Club is also involved in major humanitarian projects in Sri Lanka and India.

Anyone wanting to be part of an inspired group that are making a difference, contact the club though our website or Facebook page. Visit us at www.hillsrotary.org.au or for more details about our Christmas Trees, please contact Keith Stapley on 0412 079 014.

Attached Images

  • Club members with some fresh & fine Christmas trees
  • The Giving Tree at Grove Square

Christmas tree sales are an annual Rotary fundraising event.

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