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Pine-filled Glenwood Chapel a fragrant start to Christmas decorating

The festive season is officially under way with Glenwood Cemetery’s annual sale of pine and cedar wreaths and boughs. Cemetery board chairman Sandra Latchford, and treasurer Fergus Millar are shown here among the fragrant greenery filling the chapel on pick up day, Saturday.

The fragrance of pine filled the Glenwood Cemetery Chapel as cheerful classic wreaths, and baskets of pine and cedar boughs, awaited pickup by supporters of the cemetery’s key annual fundraiser.

Organized by Libby Crombie and Glenwood’s board of directors, the wreaths and baskets were created by Lockyer’s Country Gardens in Picton. Volunteers provided cider and traditional homemade Christmas baking, and offered sales of homemade crab apple jelly and special fruitcake.

Glenwood’s next fundraiser is A Renaissance Christmas, Sunday, Dec. 8 featuring the Renaissance Troubadours. Free will offering for admission to the 2 p.m. event at the chapel, 47 Ferguson St., Picton.

Elves Lilian Denard and George Cek volunteered to sell homemade crab apple jelly and scotch-infused fruitcake during Saturday’s pick up of wreaths and baskets.

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