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Hospital foundation benefits from Festival of Trees

The 21st annual Festival of Trees at Newlands Golf and Country Club proved to be a good fundraiser for Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation.

The annual trimming of Christmas trees raised a total of $3,950.39 for the foundation.

The title of Master Tree Trimmer went to the group from Power Pioneers, Pacific Branch of BC Hydro.

A total of $262.89 in donations were made in the casting of votes for the master trimmer.

Plans are already being made for the 22nd Annual Festival of Trees, which will be held in the Christmas season of 2012 at Newlands.

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