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Kent Garden Club's 13th Annual Wreath Sale to benefit multiple charitable groups

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Kent Garden Club's Annual Wreath sale proceeds to benefit the military and their families, Habitat for Humanity, Ken-O-Sha School and land-conservancy and environmental groups
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For more information about the wreath sale contact [email protected].

For information regarding Kent Garden Club membership, meeting times and programs visit our webpage: Kentgardenclub.org

The Kent Garden Club's 13th annual Wreath Sale will be held at Breton Village Mall in Grand Rapids on Friday, November 16th from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. and Saturday, November 17th from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Prices remain the same as previous years and range from $12 for an 18" wreath and $15 for a 24" wreath. People love the Michigan grown, luxuriant fresh-cut Fraser fir wreaths. Larger sizes are available by calling Eva at 616-443-2077 by November 2. Ask her for an order form if you can't make it the day of the sale.

New this year, we will be selling the same wreaths at the Fulton Street Market Friday November 9th and Saturday November 10th from 7:30 until 2:00 PM. All sizes will be avaliable. We will also have handmade bows which look especially beautiful with these long lasting, fragrant wreaths. 

Kent Garden Club is a non-profit organization which provides support to our military and their families through projects such as the Blue Star Memorial, the Grand Valley Armory Yellow Ribbon Garden and the Dover AFB Memorial Garden for the Fallen, as well working with Habitat for Humanity, Ken-O-Sha School, Meijer Gardens and many other land-conservancy, environmental and charitable groups over its 100 year history.

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