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Many people choose this day to pick out a Christmas tree.

Many people choose this day to pick out a Christmas tree.

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Many people choose this day to pick out a Christmas tree.

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National Look for an Evergreen Day is celebrated on Tuesday, Dec. 19.

Unlike normal trees, evergreen trees keep their leaves all year round.

Many different trees are considered evergreen trees, not just pine trees. Palm trees, conifers, and most of the trees in the rain forest are evergreen trees.

Many people choose an evergreen tree for their Christmas tree.

Look for an Evergreen Day was originally created by the Arborist Association to dedicate a day to these eye-appealing trees without the ornaments and decorations.

A great way to celebrate is to grab a book on evergreen trees and go out and look for all the evergreen trees in your section of the world.

Freshman Allison Skinner enjoys picking out an evergreen tree for the holiday.

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Freshman Allison Skinner and her family get a fresh Christmas tree, which is an evergreen

“My family and I went to Peacock Christmas tree farm, and we picked out an already pre-cut tree,” Skinner said. “Getting a fresh Christmas tree makes the holidays festive and is a great bonding experience with your family.”

Many people choose their tree on Dec. 19 because of this national day.

National Look for an Evergreen Day is a great day to find the perfect tree for the holidays and make memories with your family.

If by Dec. 19 you haven’t gotten your Christmas tree, it might be just the day for you to go out and get your own evergreen tree.

 

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Haley Peters, Reporter
  • Birthday: Dec. 28, 2002
  • Hobbies/Interests: Student Council, Pokémon GO.
  • Favorite Quote: “Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Favorite Book: “Percy Jackson” by Rick Riordan
  • Plans After High School: Becoming homicide detective.
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