Two-Hundred Christmas Trees Are Free - Right Now - To Sandy Victims.

That means all Toms River residents

Two-hundred Christmas trees are free - right now - to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

The Roatary Club of Medford donated the trees that are now available - first come, first served - at Bey Lea Golf Course, said Debbi Winogracki, Toms River spokesperson.

The trees are available to any Toms River resident, she said.

"All Toms River residents were affected some way or another by the storm," she said.

Home Depot is also dispensing ornaments, and the Girl Scouts are providing homemade ornaments.

Bey Lea Golf Course is located at 1536 N. Bay Ave. in Toms River.

berkeley December 15, 2012 at 08:09 PM
looking for christmas help was in seaside no longer tried to get in a motel evrything was taken by the time i was eligable then i tried for the gift card at central 2x and was toolate the first time and the second time i went i didnt know you had to have a pink slip and was waiting in line until someone told me then i called the police dept and they told me i had to regester the day before in which i didnt know cause i dont always have access to a cmptr somy hrs got cut from work and i was out of work for 2 weeks and i was displaced 2x and im very frustrated cause i cannot get any kind of help does anybody know of anything i have nt much money that will be for food and transportation back n forth to work cause the car that was is no longer and im just want to move and improve also looking for a house or apt 2 bdrm would benice for me n my 2 kids i know im not the only one but just asking
Alana H December 15, 2012 at 11:16 PM
Thank you to the Rotary Club. It is nice to have something made easier now. We appreciate it.
connie virga December 16, 2012 at 12:11 AM
@Berkeley brick hurricane relief located in the ac moore and stop and shop shopping center also visitation church located on mantoloking road in brick they have so much to give please go to both they have everthing u will need. also if u have a fema number u can get free new bedding at rhr habitat for humanity restore on route 9 good luck
john December 16, 2012 at 01:40 AM
How these people suppose to put up a tree without a house to put it in
Patricia M Davis December 16, 2012 at 02:00 AM
~Barb~ December 16, 2012 at 04:37 PM
How do you know they aren't staying with friends or at a hotel? Grow up grinch.
Karen December 16, 2012 at 05:04 PM
What do shrubs have to do with free Christmas trees. Think it's great idea bit should be all ocean county residents
grace December 16, 2012 at 06:03 PM
keep asking people are in the same boat but maybe you will get some help...pray
grace December 16, 2012 at 06:04 PM
that is such a wonderful thing to do rotary club! i hope its taken advantage of by all who need it...hey it saves 50 bucks!
grace December 16, 2012 at 06:06 PM
very sad time g ...try the churches in town and places like the rotary club elks moose etc people want to help id say red cross but that seems doubtful
Virginia December 16, 2012 at 07:57 PM
I am grateful for the tree, I did not lose my rental home or my car , but I live in Toms River and life has been rough for my family , we did lose power and all the food in the refrigerator. Work had no power for a little less then a week and being alone overnight at a hotel with workers from FEMA and survivors took a toll on me , a tree was the last thing on my mind . So to club that gave me a smile and a Christmas tree , I THANK YOU !
Emmy December 17, 2012 at 01:58 AM
It was a wonderful, kind gesture from the Rotary Club. Thank you for the generosity.


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