Christmas trees delivered to Project Help

December 18, 2017

Christmas treesMore than 40 Christmas trees that had been on display in the Rick L. and Vicki L. James University Center since Dec. 1 were delivered to Project Help on Friday, Dec. 15, where they will be distributed to needy families in Steuben County. Damiron Truck Center in Fremont donated transportation of the trees, and Bon Appetit donated 40 dozen cookies for the families.

Photos: Top, a Project Help worker unwraps some of the Christmas trees that were delivered to the organization. At right, John Shelton of Damiron Truck Center in Fremont, right, unloads a tree to Steve Blum from Trine campus operations. (Photos by Dean Orewiler)

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