35 businesses help sell flowers for Hospice
June Persia, an employee at the Save-A-Lot in Holley, waters bouquets of flowers for Hospice of Orleans. The agency had 60 volunteers selling flowers at 35 locations this past week.
Last year the fundraiser raised more than $8,000 to support Hospice services for residents of Orleans County.
Lynn Burgess, owner of Lynn’s Salon on West Park Street in Albion, is one of the new businesses selling flowers for Hospice. George’s Fancher Road Service in Albion also agreed to help sell the flowers for the first time.
At Sam’s Diner in Holley, Joe Andreano of Holley, 95, bought a Spring Bouquet for his wife. “I’ve got a good wife,” he said with a smile.
The local school districts sold flowers this week. The following businesses also supported the event by selling the flower bouquets:
In Albion – Ace Hardware, Albion Fitness Center, Arc of Orleans County, Cobblestone Country Federal Credit Union, Country Lane Veterinary Services, CRFS, Crosby’s, First Niagara, George’s Fancher Road Service, Fischer’s Newsroom. Heads Up Salon, Lakes Plain Medical, Lynn’s Salon, Rainbow Preschool, Village House, Save-A-Lot and Crosby’s in Gaines.
In Holley/Clarendon – Save-A-Lot, Crosby’s, First Niagara, JP’s Farm Market, Sam’s Diner and Stockham Lumber.
In Kendall – K & K Crosby.
In Lyndonville – EZ Shop, M & T Bank and Signature Styles.
In Medina – Bank of Castile, Bread Basket, C & H Computer, Cas-Nic Cookies, Crosby’s, Key Bank, Lake Plains Medical, Medina Memorial Hospital and The Book Shoppe.
The bouquets are available today at Save-A-Lot in Albion and Tractor Supply in Medina.