Tree Recycling Supports San Marin's Safe Grad Night

For a few bucks, you can get rid of that Christmas tree and support the school's senior class.

That Christmas tree did a fine job again and might still look pretty sharp today, but soon you'll be ready to pull off those ornaments and drag that parched bush out of the house.

How would you like to help out San Marin High School's Safe & Sober Grad Night in the process? The annual Christmas tree recycling program is the biggest fundraiser for the year-end Safe Grad Night party for the senior class at Rolling Hills Club.

You can drop off your tree in the high school's northeast parking lot (the one closest to San Marin Drive and the football field) on Dec. 29, Dec. 30, Dec. 31, Jan. 1, Jan. 5 and Jan. 6. Green trees can be dropped off with a $5 donation or $10 for flocked trees.

Pick-up service is available by reservation only by calling 899-9223 or emailing to SMtreerecycle@gmail.com. Green trees can be picked up for a $10 donation and flocked trees for $25.

Truck drivers and recycling volunteers are needed. If you can spare a few hours in the mornings on any of those dates, you can help by picking up trees from nearby customers who've requested pick-up service. The tree recycling program especially relies on the parents of senior class students to step up because the amount of money raised determines the cost per student for Safe & Sober Grad Night.  

Click here to sign up for truck driver duty or to be a drop-off lot volunteer. You could also call Ashley Baker at 893-0230 or send her an email at akbaker1@gmail.com.  

For more information, refer to the www.SMsafegrad.org website. San Marin High appreciates the participation of local families and for supporting the neighborhood.

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Tom James December 26, 2012 at 09:31 PM
For the twenty-seven Christmases we have lived in San Marin, Mike Morris has been instrumental in this event. I think the San Marin community owes Mike a big thank-you and not only for this event but also for his contributions to SMIA.
S. Biada December 27, 2012 at 05:34 AM
Thank you Mike Morris and you Mr. James for your graffiti removal.


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