Hauling off Christmas

Prudential Realty team Robbi Campbell, left, and Lowell Cohen, far right, offered a Christmas tree pick-up service to Carmel Valley residents on Jan. 2. They had 50 trees to pick up on Friday. The trees were then delivered to a recycling center. Brett Cohen and Brad Fomon helped the realtors pick up trees that day.

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