Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley opens Christmas Tree Lane at Promenade Temecula and ReStore

Decorated Christmas trees are on display at Promenade Temecula on Christmas Tree Lane, hosted by Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley. Proceeds of a raffle will fund the nonprofit’s home builds and other programs. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley’s largest annual fundraiser, Christmas Tree Lane, returned to Promenade Temecula, and due to an overwhelming response from sponsors, extended into the organization’s ReStore Design Center. The event is located downstairs outside of JCPenney’s at Promenade Temecula, and the second location at the ReStore Design Center is at 24810 Vincent Moraga in Temecula. Supporters and members of the community have the opportunity to win one of 26 professionally designed Christmas trees or a playhouse by entering a raffle. “Most of our loyal sponsors stayed the course with us which was really helpful and we had a lot of new people that wanted to get involved,” Tammy Marine, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley, said. “Moving to c
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