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ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands Community Events Committee is proud to offer once again a community Christmas tree and décor sale beginning the weekend after Thanksgiving.  There is nothing like the scent of pine trees and garland that says “It’s Holiday Time!” The sale is held at Veterans Park on First Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, across from Borough Hall in front of Wells Fargo. Sales will start as soon as trees are delivered Saturday, Nov. 26, and continue until all items are sold. Come early for best selection!

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Staffed by all volunteers, the AHCEC Christmas Tree Sale will offer the following – first come, first served!

Trees:  Height: 5’ to 12’ tall


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Species: Douglas fir, Fraser fir, Balsam  

Wreaths: 12”, 16″, 24″

Evergreen roping

Tree stands

Grave blankets

Special orders available! Order early!

Proceeds are used in Atlantic Highlands to support community organizations and events.

Says Mayor Fred Rast: “What a great opportunity to come out and support the Atlantic Highlands Community Events Committee. This group of volunteers work very hard throughout the year to bring our residents various events such as the Mayors Ball, they decorate First Avenue at various times of the year and they coordinate events with other local non-profits.”  

You can purchase your Christmas tree and holiday wreaths locally and the best part is that proceeds will be used to support events right here in Atlantic Highlands. 


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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...