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Bring One for The Chipper Set for Saturday

Residents can recycle their Christmas trees for free on Saturday at Olde Rope Mill Park in Woodstock.

Credit: Patch file photo
Credit: Patch file photo
Woodstock residents who still have not disposed of their undecorated Christmas trees will have one last shot on Saturday.

Keep Georgia Beautiful will partner with the city of Woodstock for Bring One For The Chipper. 

Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., residents can drop off their trees at Olde Rope Mill Park to be recycled for free. The city will also have seedling packets available for pick-up. 

Residents who have questions about Woodstock's event can contact Kelen Shostak at (770) 592-6000 ext. 1702 or kshostak@woodstockga.gov.

Canton residents can also stop by Boling Park during the same time on Saturday to dispose of their trees.

For more information on Canton's event, contact Wendy Wendy Muenzer at (770) 720-7674 or wendy.muenzer@canton-georgia.com.

Holly Springs residents have until Sunday to drop off their trees behind Fire Station No. 8 at 100 Hickory Circle. At Holly Springs, Jennifer Stanley can be reached at (770) 345-5536 or at jstanley@hollyspringsga.us.

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