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Grow Green With Rotary  - Get Your Gardens Ready For Spring

Grow Green With Rotary - ORDER TODAY - DELIVERY OR PICKUP FIRST WEEK OF APRIL 2022

You can order TODAY. Delivery or pick up the first week of April 2022 . Get your lawns and gardens for ready spring 2022 with Ploughman's Choice in 24 lb bags at $7.00 each. Pre-order TODAY. Call Rotarian Hilda Finnigan at 905-431-4258 to place your order and make arrangements for pick up or delivery. Cash or cheque made out to The Rotary Club of Oshawa-Parkwood OR order online on our fundraising page: funditrotaryparkwoodoshawa.ca and pay by credit card. Come see us at the North Oshawa Farmers Market  Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm for the spring and summer season. 

The Rotary Club of Oshawa-Parkwood hopes that, once again, we can help the gardeners of Durham Region get their flower and vegetable gardens and lawns ready for spring in 2022. The proceeds are going to help Rotary community projects.  Watch for us in the fall with Rotary Tulip bulbs to help us End Polio Now.

The Team for 2022 is back again. Thank you to our Oshawa Parkwood Rotarians Lennis Trotter and John Kellam, co-chairs of the fund-raising project. Thank you to Hilda and Al Finnigan for their tremendous efforts; and to Ted Morrison and everyone at Wilmot Creek. Thank you to Rotarian and co-chair John Kellam and Merle Cole and all of their friends at the Oshawa Garden Club .

 
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