A Tree of Hope will be lit in Holly Springs on Friday, Nov. 30, with residents having the opportunity to honor or remember those they love, and help others with emergency funding.
This year the City of Holly Springs is joining together with the Volunteer Aging Council to light its first Tree of Hope on Friday, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m. The tree lighting will be held at the Holly Springs Community Center, the Historic Train Depot.
The Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council is a local non-profit that assists Cherokee County Senior Services. The Tree of Hope will be decorated with ornaments from contributions “In Honor of” or “In Memory of”. Contributions begin at $10. These contributions will help with the last-stop emergency area which helps seniors in Cherokee county with utility bills, prescriptions, doctor’s visits and much more. All contributions received by Monday, Nov. 26 will be recognized at the tree lighting ceremony. There will be light refreshments and entertainment. Please bring your family out to support this community event.
Tree of Hope Sponsors
- City of Holly Springs;
- The Volunteer Aging Council;
- Northside Cherokee Hospital;
- Holly Springs Downtown Development Authority
For more information on how you can participate or make a donation, please email Jennifer Stanley at the City of Holly Springs or call her at 770-345-5536.