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Haul out the holly...



lamppost-sponsorOctober 19, 2016


“Haul out the holly, put up the tree before my spirit falls again.” If you are a lover of Broadway musicals like I am you will know that line from the Broadway musical “Mame” written by Jerry Herman.

Well we could use your help hauling out the holly, finding a tree and decorating downtown Newburyport. It’s that time of year again that we ask all of you to help us by taking part in our Sponsoring a Lamppost program. For a donation of $100 we will decorate a lamppost with fresh garland, red bow and a gift tag with your business name and address.

Oh and if you know of a Christmas Tree for Market Square that would be great as well. All we need is a 35 foot tree! Please call me if you know of a tree in the greater Newburyport area. Now, I need to start my Christmas shopping!
 

Ann Ormond, President
Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce & Industry
978-462-6680  x15

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