The Emigsville Band has played Christmas music on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning for generations.
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Do you, or someone you know, have a large spruce that would look good in York’s Continental Square this holiday season?
York city officials are looking for a Christmas tree that stands at least 30 feet tall. It will be removed at no cost to the property owner.
Last year’s tree was donated by Robin Hildebrand. Kinsley Construction donated removal and delivery services.
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The annual tree lighting will be held Dec. 7 as part of Light Up York, a day of family activities.
Anyone who has a tree they would like to be considered this year should contact Carol Godfrey at 717-845-9351.
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