The Villages of Light committee is in search of volunteers to help with tree deployment Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 17 and 18.
On Saturday, Nov. 17, five large trees will be deployed at Veterans Memorial Park and Louis Doe Home Center in Newcastle, and Chapman-Hall House, Damariscotta River Association’s Round Top Farm, and N.C. Hunt Lumber in Damariscotta.
N.C. Hunt Lumber will once again assist with the placing of the trees, while Tidewater Telecom will help string the lights. Louis Doe Home Center has again donated the necessary hardware to secure the trees, which are 20 feet tall and taller.
Sunday, Nov. 18 will see the deployment of the 75 4- to 5-foot live Christmas trees throughout the Twin Villages. The $150 sponsorship includes tree installation on pallets, strands of white lights, a sponsor sign, and the removal of the tree in early January. Sponsors are responsible for decorating their own trees.
Anyone interested in volunteering for big-tree deployment on Saturday is asked to meet at the Chapman-Hall House at 8 a.m. For the deployment of smaller trees, on Sunday, volunteers should arrive at Lincoln County Publishing Co. at 116 Mills Road in Newcastle at noon.
For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or find Villages of Light on Facebook.