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Posted on: January 3, 2023

Scout Troops Christmas Tree Recycling Fundraiser Happens Jan. 7

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**Update, 1/5: Please note the Snoqualmie drop-off location has changed from Centennial Park to Gateway Park (corner of Railroad Ave and Snoqualmie Pkwy).**

On Saturday, Jan. 7, 2023, Snoqualmie Scout Troops will be doing their annual community service Christmas Tree Recycling Fundraiser in downtown Snoqualmie and Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhoods.

The concept is simple: Put your tree (real) at the end of your driveway/curbside with the envelope that was recently left on your doorstep. A $20 donation is suggested for the pickup service. Payments can be made by PayPal to SnoqualmieValleyScouting@outlook.com or by check payable to BSA Troop 1776. Cash is not accepted. 

Trees should be curbside by 8 am on January 7 and be free of ornaments, lights, flocking, tinsel, etc. or it will not be picked up. Pickup will occur between 9 am and 2 pm.

If you did not receive an envelope, please use the QR code below for a digital envelope option.  

If you live outside of the pickup zone, you can also drop your tree at the Scouts drop-off location at Gateway Park located at the corner of Railroad Ave and Snoqualmie Parkway.

Questions about the fundraiser can be sent to scouttroop1776@gmail.com.

Residents can also recycle live trees by cutting into 3-foot sections and placing in their yard waste containers. 

digital tree pick up QR code

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