Decorations, lights and trees donated to Jimmy’s Trees were stacked by volunteers Rachelle Vap and Michael Hernandez earlier this month at the StorageMart, 8900 N.W. Prairie View Road. The not-for-profit organization takes gently used trees and reconditions and decorates them for people in need. More than 500 trees were collected at three drop-off sites on a recent Saturday, said Tim Moses, one of the founders of Jimmy’s Trees. Moses named his tree-giving organization after his older brother James, who died on Christmas Eve when they were children.
Decorations, lights and trees donated to Jimmy’s Trees were stacked by volunteers Rachelle Vap and Michael Hernandez earlier this month at the StorageMart, 8900 N.W. Prairie View Road. The not-for-profit organization takes gently used trees and reconditions and decorates them for people in need. More than 500 trees were collected at three drop-off sites on a recent Saturday, said Tim Moses, one of the founders of Jimmy’s Trees. Moses named his tree-giving organization after his older brother James, who died on Christmas Eve when they were children. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Decorations, lights and trees donated to Jimmy’s Trees were stacked by volunteers Rachelle Vap and Michael Hernandez earlier this month at the StorageMart, 8900 N.W. Prairie View Road. The not-for-profit organization takes gently used trees and reconditions and decorates them for people in need. More than 500 trees were collected at three drop-off sites on a recent Saturday, said Tim Moses, one of the founders of Jimmy’s Trees. Moses named his tree-giving organization after his older brother James, who died on Christmas Eve when they were children. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Donated decorations make the holidays a bit brighter

January 20, 2015 2:55 PM