The Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company is fully in the holiday spirit.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Looking to get a Christmas tree locally? Here are some options in town that support community organizations.
Do you need a tree to fill your home with the Christmas spirit this season but don’t want to travel far? Check out these options in town: Do you plan to buy your Christmas tree locally?
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
The collection of Christmas trees for recycling will take place over a two-week period.
The collection of Christmas trees for recycling will take place over a two-week period, beginning Monday, Jan. 9. To ensure collection of Christmas trees, residents must have the trees out at the curb no later than Saturday, January 14. Residents must follow these simple rules when placing their Christmas trees at the curb to be recycled: Baltimore County collectors will pick up Christmas trees in standard trash/recycling trucks, and deliver them to County facilities to be chipped and later used as mulch. Baltimore County residents who live in an apartment or condominium should follow their property manager's rules when recycling their Christmas trees. Residents who want to drop off Christmas trees themselves may do so starting Tuesday, …
Thursday, December 8, 2011
The Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company is selling trees at its station house on Owings Mills Boulevard.
Looking for a tree? Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company can help -- and you'll be doing it a favor, too. The fire company, which depends on donations and fund raising to operate, is selling Christmas trees at its station on Owings Mills Boulevard, the fire company's website said. Trees starts at $35, the website said, and are being sold from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. Both Douglas and Fraser fir trees are available. Free delivery is available too, the website said.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
The Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company's 40-plus year tradition of selling Christmas trees is well underway.
Several Owings Mills families pondered, measured and made their Christmas tree decisions today at the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company. "It's a tradition to have a live tree — I love the smell," said Larry Smart. Smart and his grandson Andrew were among several dozen people milling around the rows of Douglas and Fraser Fir trees in the fire station's lower parking lot Saturday. The tradition has been going strong for more than 40 years, said Marci Catlett, the station's public information officer. About 450 trees from a tree farm in Carroll County are for sale, she said. Buying local was another incentive to buy a real tree over an artificial one, Smart said. Ang Robinson, who stopped in with her husband Courtland to find a "semi-tall, …