BILLINGS- The Knights of Columbus in Billings are promoting Christmas timber to assist a number of native charities.
Phil Zeeck has been promoting the Christmas timber for about 12 years now. He mentioned it is one thing to stay up for yearly.
He mentioned the tree gross sales assist a number of charities, together with: Household Promise of Yellowstone County, Household Companies, St. Vincent de Paul, LaVie, Particular Olympics, Particular Bowlers, the Meals Financial institution, and Coats for Youngsters.
He added, “Each dime that is on this lot that comes into us goes to charity.”
“The necessity is excessive this 12 months,” he mentioned.
“So, the necessity has been children coming to high school with out coats. Fortuitously, the climate has been pretty gentle, however lecturers inform me the necessity is nice there. Clearly, Household Companies and the Meals Financial institution are having shortages, so that they’ll take something we may give them.”
The tree lot is open 2-8 p.m., Monday to Thursday, and 10 a.m. -8 p.m., Friday by Sunday. They’re situated on the nook of 18th and Broadwater.