'Treecycle' yields fresh scent, gifts
Dave Perry/The Explorer, Town of Oro Valley employee Daniel Gonzales prepared to run a Christmas tree through the chipper at Naranja Town Site last week. Gonzales and Tony Sances chipped hundreds of Christmas trees, creating mounds of fragrant mulch, back, while members of Kiwanis of Oro Valley assisted donors and gathered contributions for programs that assist needy children.

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