Flower Sale 2021
Greetings Friends & Neighbors of FPCU,
As we begin this new year, we all are full of hope and anticipation of better times ahead. Yet again, we at FPCU are working to carry on old traditions in new ways. While we patiently navigate through our New England Winter’s diverse theatrics, we look forward to the signs of Spring!
Thanks to the tenacity of our dedicated Volunteers and the generosity of our entire Community we were able to stage a very successful COVID safe Greens Festival. Thank you to each of you who were a part of bringing this joy into so many homes!
This season we will be offering a colorful array of potted Spring Bulbs and Annuals to celebrate the upcoming holidays and Springs’s arrival. You can enjoy your plants at home in Spring and plant them in your own garden to enjoy in later seasons. Or, chose something to cheer up a friend or neighbor! You may also donate your selections to someone needing cheer or have them planted in the FPCU gardens. All Plants will be foiled. For an additional fee, a handmade Bow may also be added for extra pizazz!
As before we will be offering a “drive through pick up” or home delivery for a small donation. To help limit COVID risks, all orders must be submitted and paid in advance. No funds will be collected at delivery. Orders and payment can be dropped off at FPCU; submitted by USPS mail or completed by using the “Pay Pal” button on your right.
For further information, please Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call our church Office @ 978-692-8350.
ALL ORDERS MUST BE SUBMITTED AND PAID BY THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 2021!
Chose pick up time from Sat April 3rd 9AM -12Noon _______ or 1PM`- 4PM_______ or
local delivery for a small donation___________Please let us know on your order form.
Online payment via Pay Pal – see button on this page!
Orders and Checks may be mailed to the above address.
Earnings from this program will support the care of our shared community spaces and the programs we extend to All throughout the year. Thank you for your thoughtful participation.
Patty Deren, Kim Henderson, Mary Lyman
and our Flower / Garden Volunteers