Big Brothers Big Sisters kicked off its 32nd annual Christmas tree sale Saturday.
"More than 600 volunteers from clubs, organizations and businesses are assisting with the sale, and all proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State," said Executive Director Patti Price in a press release.
Trees can be purchased from three area lots. In Huntington, at two locations: BB&T Bank, 6th Avenue and 1st Street, and HIMG, U.S. Route 60 East; and in Ashland, at the Ashland Tennis Center, 13th Street and Oakview Road.
All trees are shipped from Virginia and Michigan. The trees offered include White Pine, Scotch Pine and Fraser Fir varieties, as well as wreaths.
Hours are weekdays, from noon to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves children through the mentoring of adult volunteers on a one-to-one basis.
For additional information, visit their website at www.bbbstristate.org.
Volunteer teams are also needed to help sell trees for three-hour shifts. Groups, organizations, businesses, friends and families are encouraged to volunteer.