Warwick Valley wrestlers raise funds from sale of Christmas trees

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  • Photo by Roger Gavan On Sunday, Dec. 3, Junior Varsity Coach Jeff Jacobson (second from left), Varsity Coach Phil Szumlaski and members of the Warwick Valley Wrestling Program teams sold Christmas Trees at Edward's Tree Farm off Amity Road.

WARWICK — They were wrestling up some great Christmas trees again.

On Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 2 and 3, coaches and members of the Warwick Valley wrestling program volunteered most of their weekend to sell Christmas trees at Edward's Tree Farm off Amity Road.

The prices for the fresh-cut Norway Spruce trees were reasonable and the profits will be used to cover some of the team's expenses throughout the year.

- Roger Gavan

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