Holly Springs will once again light a Tree of Hope.
On Friday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. the city is again joining with the Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council for the second annual event at the Holly Springs Community Center, Historic Train Depot.
The Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council is a local non-profit that assists Cherokee Senior Services. It's currently accepting donations for the tree, which will be decorated with ornaments from contributions “In Honor of” or “In Memory of,” beginning at $10.
The contributions will help with the last-stop emergency area that helps Cherokee seniors with utility bills, prescriptions, doctor visits and more.
Contributions received by December 2 will be recognized at the tree lighting ceremony, which will include light refreshments and entertainment.
The Tree of Hope is sponsored by the City of Holly Springs, the Volunteer Aging Council, Northside Cherokee Hospital and Holly Springs Downtown Development Authority.
For more information, call Jennifer Stanley at 770-345-5536 or email email@example.com.