Selling Christmas Trees For Katrina Relief

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Executives

Ever since Hurricane Katrina the Covenant Presbyterian Church at 5640 Hoadly Road has sent a team of church members to the affected areas to assist with the repair and reconstruction of individual homes.  Since the trips last a week it is necessary for members who participate to be away from their work or business for an extended period of time.  Proceeds from the tree sales are used to purchase construction materials - participants pay for their personal travel expenses

The trees are being sold in the church parking lot which is about two blocks south of the Shops at County Center (Harris Teeter).

If you'd like to support Katrina Relief, I'll be happy to sell you a tree. Lot hours are

  • Weekdays 4:00 to 8:00 PM
  • Weekends 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

If you're interested in purchasing a Prince William County home I'd be pleased to help you with that, also.

The Kruschka Team has 33 years full time experience serving both military and civilian clients in Prince William County. We invite you to try our

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and then contact Karen and Art by Email or call us at 703-690-6569.  Put our  record of customer service, real estate experience and state-of-the-art technology to work for you in Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, Stafford County or the entire Northern Virginia Area.

Karen Kruschka Selling Christmas Trees

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Marchel Peterson
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Karen, what a great cause!  Those hurricanes can have huge impacts.  Our area is still trying to come back from Hurricane Ike.  It REALLY knocked Galveston for a loop also.

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Marchel,  I don't know what other organizations do, but the Presbyterian church considers the hurricane relief programs an important mission - I'll be willing to bet there are church groups working in your area as well,  Karen

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