If you’re still looking for a Christmas tree, buying at one spot in Old Town could also help send kids to a local youth camp run by the Alexandria Police Department.
Proceeds from an ongoing Christmas Tree sale at 110 Callahan Drive — just outside Alexandria’s Union Station and the King Street Metro station — will help send kids to the Alexandria Police Youth Camp.
The camp, sponsored by the Alexandria Police Foundation, includes activities like water skiing, kayaking, sailing and fishing out in Kilmarnock, Virginia.
The sale runs every weekday from 4-8 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Christmas Tree Sale at 110 Callahan Drive! Sale proceeds help to send kids to our annual Alexandria Police Youth Camp sponsored by the @AlexandriaVAPF. Hours are weekdays from 4-8 pm and weekends from 10-8 pm. Visit https://t.co/QBv1yy4kdh to learn more about the camp. pic.twitter.com/BAmoqS5KwW
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) December 4, 2022
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