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You read it right — delivery available for YANA Christmas trees

Doug Inrig assures people he has a van big enough to deliver Christmas trees auctioned to support YANA (You Are Not Alone) right to your door.

The longtime YANA supporter says he and YANA are getting calls questioning his ability to deliver on his promise. He insists that not only can he do it, but he and fellow volunteers Dave Mellin and Dave Johnston will deliver for free and that trees will be properly bagged.

Dec. 8 is the last day to bid on a decorated tree from the selection displayed at Driftwood Mall in Courtenay. Delivery is optional.

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