A tree gift


Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army secretary Sharon Ross, of Sidney, talks about the last Christmas Tree left at the Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army after 93 other fully decorated trees were handed out to people in need on Dec. 19 and 20. The trees were donated by Honda plants in Ohio. Twenty of them came from the Anna Honda plant. The trees were decorated as part of a contest between different Honda departments. The Salvation Army kept one of the trees that had an Elf on the Shelf theme. On Monday Dec. 19 the Salvation Army also gave away presents to kids in need at the end of its Angel Tag program. Toys for Tots also provided toys for kids who didn’t take part in the Angel Tag program.

Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army secretary Sharon Ross, of Sidney, talks about the last Christmas Tree left at the Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army after 93 other fully decorated trees were handed out to people in need on Dec. 19 and 20. The trees were donated by Honda plants in Ohio. Twenty of them came from the Anna Honda plant. The trees were decorated as part of a contest between different Honda departments. The Salvation Army kept one of the trees that had an Elf on the Shelf theme. On Monday Dec. 19 the Salvation Army also gave away presents to kids in need at the end of its Angel Tag program. Toys for Tots also provided toys for kids who didn’t take part in the Angel Tag program.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army secretary Sharon Ross, of Sidney, talks about the last Christmas Tree left at the Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army after 93 other fully decorated trees were handed out to people in need on Dec. 19 and 20. The trees were donated by Honda plants in Ohio. Twenty of them came from the Anna Honda plant. The trees were decorated as part of a contest between different Honda departments. The Salvation Army kept one of the trees that had an Elf on the Shelf theme. On Monday Dec. 19 the Salvation Army also gave away presents to kids in need at the end of its Angel Tag program. Toys for Tots also provided toys for kids who didn’t take part in the Angel Tag program.

Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army secretary Sharon Ross, of Sidney, talks about the last Christmas Tree left at the Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army after 93 other fully decorated trees were handed out to people in need on Dec. 19 and 20. The trees were donated by Honda plants in Ohio. Twenty of them came from the Anna Honda plant. The trees were decorated as part of a contest between different Honda departments. The Salvation Army kept one of the trees that had an Elf on the Shelf theme. On Monday Dec. 19 the Salvation Army also gave away presents to kids in need at the end of its Angel Tag program. Toys for Tots also provided toys for kids who didn’t take part in the Angel Tag program.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/12/web1_SDN122222ArmyTrees.jpgSidney/Shelby County Salvation Army secretary Sharon Ross, of Sidney, talks about the last Christmas Tree left at the Sidney/Shelby County Salvation Army after 93 other fully decorated trees were handed out to people in need on Dec. 19 and 20. The trees were donated by Honda plants in Ohio. Twenty of them came from the Anna Honda plant. The trees were decorated as part of a contest between different Honda departments. The Salvation Army kept one of the trees that had an Elf on the Shelf theme. On Monday Dec. 19 the Salvation Army also gave away presents to kids in need at the end of its Angel Tag program. Toys for Tots also provided toys for kids who didn’t take part in the Angel Tag program. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News