Paul and Jo Gable of Seneca admire the Christmas trees Tuesday in the lobby of the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa. The trees are part of the Fourth Annual Charity Celebration of Trees, in which local businesses and organizations decorate the trees provided by the Westin. A silent auction that allows the public to bid on trees is under way until noon Dec. 17. The highest bidders win a stay at a luxury hotel. All proceeds benefit the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry.
Paul and Jo Gable of Seneca admire the Christmas trees Tuesday in the lobby of the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa. The trees are part of the Fourth Annual Charity Celebration of Trees, in which local businesses and organizations decorate the trees provided by the Westin. A silent auction that allows the public to bid on trees is under way until noon Dec. 17. The highest bidders win a stay at a luxury hotel. All proceeds benefit the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry. Sarah Welliver
Paul and Jo Gable of Seneca admire the Christmas trees Tuesday in the lobby of the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa. The trees are part of the Fourth Annual Charity Celebration of Trees, in which local businesses and organizations decorate the trees provided by the Westin. A silent auction that allows the public to bid on trees is under way until noon Dec. 17. The highest bidders win a stay at a luxury hotel. All proceeds benefit the Sandalwood Community Food Pantry. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Visitors admire Christmas trees on Hilton Head

November 27, 2012 11:12 PM

UPDATED November 28, 2012 12:43 AM

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