Record staff Susan Granberg

Take a walk down Crown Isle’s Christmas Tree Trail

  • Dec. 8, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Record staff

Have you been to Christmas at Crown Isle yet?

There’s something for the whole family, indoors and out. The 15th annual Gingerbread Village is inside, where you can bid on gingerbread houses and Teddy bear baskets, with all money raised going to local charities.

Outside is the ever-popular Holiday Resort Walk, with a S’mores Station, outdoor movies, thousands of lights, and the Christmas Tree Trail, where companies have paid $100 each to sponsor a Christmas tree, again, in the name of charity.

Visitors can vote for their favourite, and the tree getting the most votes will win an exclusive Golf and Accommodation package. Now for our shameless plug: If you vote for The Record as your favourite tree, we will donate that prize pack to a local charity, for an additional fundraising opportunity.

So, head down to Crown Isle, vote for the record tree, and help out a charitable cause.

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