The Mercer Island Youth and Family Services (YFS) Foundation is operating its tree lot, selling a variety of fresh-cut trees at the old Tully’s parking lot at 7810 SE 27th St. Days of operation are through Dec. 12 on Thursdays (3-7 p.m.), Fridays (3-7 p.m.), Saturdays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sundays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). One-hundred percent of the profits support YFS programs. People can choose from a variety of locally grown Christmas trees, including Noble, Fraser, Douglas, or Nordmann. This year’s lot also includes mixed green wreaths and garland. For more information, visit <a href="https://miyfs.org/treelot/" target="_blank">https://miyfs.org/treelot/</a>. Reporter file photo

The Mercer Island Youth and Family Services (YFS) Foundation is operating its tree lot, selling a variety of fresh-cut trees at the old Tully’s parking lot at 7810 SE 27th St. Days of operation are through Dec. 12 on Thursdays (3-7 p.m.), Fridays (3-7 p.m.), Saturdays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sundays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). One-hundred percent of the profits support YFS programs. People can choose from a variety of locally grown Christmas trees, including Noble, Fraser, Douglas, or Nordmann. This year’s lot also includes mixed green wreaths and garland. For more information, visit https://miyfs.org/treelot/. Reporter file photo

YFS Foundation opens tree lot

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The Mercer Island Youth and Family Services (YFS) Foundation is operating its tree lot, selling a variety of fresh-cut trees at the old Tully’s parking lot at 7810 SE 27th St. Days of operation are through Dec. 12 on Thursdays (3-7 p.m.), Fridays (3-7 p.m.), Saturdays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sundays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). One-hundred percent of the profits support YFS programs. People can choose from a variety of locally grown Christmas trees, including Noble, Fraser, Douglas, or Nordmann. This year’s lot also includes mixed green wreaths and garland. For more information, visit https://miyfs.org/treelot/. Reporter file photo


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