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Holliston in Bloom at Upper Town Hall During the Holiday Stroll

by Cherry Fenton
November 19, 2016

Holliston in Bloom will be having its annual winter fundraiser at Upper Town Hall during the Holiday Stroll next weekend November 26, 2016.  We will have amaryllis bulbs in decorative, fabric bags for $15.00 each.  Packs of beautiful notecards with photography by Holliston resident Sue Logan will also be available for $10.00 a set.  We will be there from 11 AM until 6 PM or while supplies last.  Come early for best selection.  

Our storyboards will also be displayed so you can see what we worked on in 2016.  Come support HIB and see what we are all about!  HIB is an all-volunteer, completely self-funded 501(c)(3) organization.  Visit us on www.hollistoninbloom.org or like our page on Facebook.

 

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