City recreation commission selling wreaths to raise funds

GLOVERSVILLE – A city commission is aiming to make residents holiday season a little bit brighter this year.

The city recreation commission is selling Christmas wreaths that were previously used to decorate light poles downtown, according to a news release.

The wreaths will cost $25 each and will only be sold on Thursday, Nov. 14. This sale is first come, first serve.

The sale will be held starting at 6 p.m. at Darling Field.

According to the recreation commission new lights were purchased this year to replace the pre-lit wreaths.

All the funds raised from the sale of these items will go toward the revitalization of the Spring Street park.