Holiday wreaths to support Habitat for Humanity
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DEERFIELD VALLEY- West River Habitat for Humanity will once again be conducting their annual holiday wreath sale fundraiser during which the community may purchase freshly made holiday wreaths. This year the wreaths are lush and beautiful, are 24 inches wide, decorated with a red bow and pinecones, and cost $25.

Consider buying wreaths from WRHFH this year. Continued support to its mission enables WRHFH to build homes for deserving families in the southern Vermont towns of Athens, Brookline, Dover, Jamaica, Londonderry, Newfane, Somerset, Stratton, Townshend, Wardsboro, Whitingham, Wilmington, and Windham. West River Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Thus far, WRHFH has built five homes in the area, and is currently raising funds to purchase land for a sixth home.

Wreaths are available at the Jacksonville General Store in Jacksonville, Ratu’s Liquor and Market in Wilmington, and the West Wardsboro Store and Heather’s Flower Shop in Dover. The sale will begin approximately November 18 until sold out. Wreaths may also be purchased by placing orders in advance. Call Gretchen at (802) 348-6608 for more information or to place an order.
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