Dispose of Your Real Christmas Tree and Help Camp Prime Time
Camp Prime Time is one of the coolest non-profits around, before Covid-19 hit it was the place to spend your summer weekends, either volunteering or bringing your special needs child and the family up for a getaway among other families dealing with the same types of struggles. It's a fantastic place to give back to and as 2020 wraps up it's also the perfect spot to donate your real Christmas tree after you are finished enjoying it.
Prime Time volunteers will accept trees and financial donations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day at 3110 Fruitvale Blvd. (the former Washington Tractor site). All ornaments and decorations must be removed
This offer is going on from now through Sunday, January 10th, 2020.
Camp Prime Time has been helping families since 1986 and wants to give a giant thank you to the businesses that help make this yearly tradition possible.
The camp offers the tree recycling option with help from Papé Machinery; All American Propane; Cliff’s Septic; Pacific Power; Trickinnex Tree Trimming & Falling LLC; DTG Recycle; National Barricade; Thrivent Financial; the city of Yakima's refuse division; and Yakima County Public Services' solid waste division.
Camp Prime Time is getting all the projects cleared off the books that normally they would have been too busy to take care of so when it is time to get together again, Camp Prime Time will be in top shape.
They are always searching for volunteers so whether your child is trying to get their hours out of the way for school or you want to start a new tradition, this is a fantastic place to start.
LOOK: Just some of the photos that capture the historic year that was 2020