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Rainier’s Sprouffske Trees open for the season, their 50th year!

“Sprouffske Trees celebrates 50 years and four generations.”
Photo courtesy: Sprouffske Trees.

– “Four Generations Celebrate 50 Years of Sprouffske Trees”
“Jonathan Sprouffske talks about his family’s Christmas tree farm with pride. It’s evident the experience of growing up in fields of fresh trees, helping gather boughs, and greeting visiting families is a huge part of who he is.

Now, he gets to watch his three children grow up with the same experience.

Sprouffske’s grandfather planted the first trees in 1965. Sprouffske Trees was born the following year after fulfilling his dream of forming a family partnership. While some faces have changed over the years, all four generations are still involved with the Rainier tree farm.”

“School Board, Lions Club, Fire Commissioner, and Relay for Life are just a few of the local organizations the family supports. The extended Sprouffske family has lived in Rainier for more than a century and looks forward to being a part of the tight-knit community for generations to come.

The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally the first day of Christmas tree shopping season. Sprouffske Trees is open from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily from November 25 to December 24. For more information visit Sprouffske Trees online.”
By Nikki McCoy, ThurstonTalk.
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Posted by Steve on December 11, 2016 at 12:05 am | Permalink

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