SFA’s Christmas tree sales start Saturday at their new location

Above: You can pick out the perfect tree for your family right downtown while supporting the Southborough Firefighters Association. Volunteers will help you load it to go. (Photo by Beth Melo)

Southborough Firefighter’s Association is continuing its over 50 year tradition of selling Christmas trees. Of course, this year, the trees will be sold from a different location. Trees will be sold out of the golf course parking lot behind the public safety building at 32 Cordaville Road.

Starting Saturday, November 30th, the sale will run 9:00 am – 8:00 pm on weekends and weeday evenings from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm. The sale will continue until they sell out.

Volunteers unload Christmas trees at the Fire Station (contributed photo)At the SFA tree lot you can usually find a wide range of tree sizes, ranging from 5-feet to 13-feet, all with reasonable prices. Your tree will get a fresh cut before volunteers help you load it onto your car/truck. It’s a quick and easy trip.

Proceeds from the sale benefit the Southborough Firefighters Association. SFA funds go toward their annual scholarships, the Halloween parade, and other events and causes throughout the year.

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3 years ago

I was talking to one of the fire fighters the other day and he told me that the SFA is just about ready to fold up , due to lack of participation and retirements and that the fire dept union was about to take it over. There for the sales from the Christmas trees will be split 50/50 between the union and the Association for now.

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