Christmas trees fill the lobby of the Sheraton Guildford Hotel as part of White Rock-based Sources’ Season of Trees event. The trees are on display until Wednesday

Season of Trees lights up

Annual holiday event is a fundraiser for White Rock-based Sources, with funds raised benefiting childhood education programs.

Sources will be displaying 17 locally sponsored and decorated trees for its third annual holiday fundraiser, Season of Trees, until Dec. 10.

The trees – on display at the Sheraton Guildford Hotel – will then be auctioned off at the reception on Dec. 10, with funds benefiting the organization’s early childhood education program.

Last year, the program helped more than 1,300 clients. There are a number of creative themes for the trees, including O Canada and even Halloween.

The reception will also feature food, live music and speeches from Sources CEO and event organizers.

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