Grad committee selling hanging baskets

The Kwalikum Secondary dry grad committee is currently hosting its spring basket fundraiser.

  • Apr. 2, 2015 5:00 a.m.

The KSS dry grad committee is currently hosting its spring basket fundraiser. This year, the class is selling both hanging baskets and planters. For the baskets and planters, the fundraiser’s order form lists the choice of tomatoes, strawberries, a tri-colour calibrachoa blend, a deluxe mix of annuals with a geranium centre and a mono-chromatic collection of fuschias.

For planters, there is the choice of a tomato cage and a deluxe mix of annuals with a dracaena centre. Each item costs between $20 to $35. The order form can be found at sd69.bc.ca/school/KSS under School News. Submit the form to the main office at KSS.  You can also order from Leah Babiuk at 250-752-9807. All orders must be in by April 7.

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