Project Tannenbaum

This goal of this project is to collect artificial trees and holiday ornaments to be given out to families during the holiday season.  In addition they will be seeking donations of live trees from local service organizations and businesses.  

A family can only receive one artificial tree from Tannenbaum.  If a family received an artificial tree in prior years, they cannot get another tree in future years.  They can get ornaments, etc..  Families that received a coupon for a live tree can get a coupon for a live tree every year, in addition to ornaments.


Project Coordinators:


Patti Herring, 717-713-0617,

Deb Rock, 717-571-4005,


Project Tannenbaum collects artificial Christmas trees, tree stands, ornaments and tree lights.  We also accept tree toppers, tree skirts, Christmas stockings and wreaths. Please drop off any items on Patti Herring's porch at 613 Lavina Drive


Any questions, please contact Patti at or 717-713-0617.

Project Tannenbaum's distribution night on December 10, 2019 was a great success! Artificial trees, live tree certificates, tree stands, tree toppers, tree skirts, ornaments, lights, wreaths, garland, swags, stockings, and wrapping paper were provided to 29 families!  So many of these MASD families have expressed their sincere appreciation for the items they received.


A huge thank you once again goes out to the Upper Allen Fire Department for providing 11 live trees!  An additional huge thank you goes out to those volunteers who willingly gave hours of their time to help with one or more parts of the evening ..... set up, distribution of items, and clean up -Scott Blake,  Pat Clawges, Corinne Flemming, Marjean Harper, Rick Herring, Gina Jablonski, Teresa Jones, Deb Rock, Stephanie Shirey, Bruce Yerger, Stephanie Yerger, Beth Yorlets and MASH cheerleaders. You have impacted and made a difference in the lives of these 29 families during the holiday season! 

Patti Herring, Chairperson

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