Belated Christmas present

Brian Townsend tosses his family’s Christmas tree into the Pines for Perch recycling pile Wednesday afternoon at the Transfer Station. The trees will be dropped into lakes to provide prime shelter for perch. City residents can have their trees picked up off their curbs. County residents will need to drop off their trees at the southeast corner of the Fairgrounds; corner of Lincoln Road and Montana Avenue; East Helena’s JFK swimming pool; corner of Birdseye and Lincoln Road; or the Transfer Station. The program began on Dec. 26 and will end Jan. 16. 

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