Whitin Community Center Selling Holiday Wreaths

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The Whitin Community Center will be selling holiday wreaths this season to help support its activities.
The Whitin Community Center will be selling holiday wreaths this season to help support its activities. Photo Credit: File

NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. - This season enjoy beautiful 24” diameter, double-faced, balsam
fir wreaths delivered to home or business and help the Whitin Community Center.

The fresh Maine wreaths, which are $20, arrive with a multi-loop red velvet bow and will be delivered, compliments of the Whitin Community Center, the week following Thanksgiving to your choice of location inthe Blackstone Valley (Blackstone, Douglas, Grafton, Hopedale, Mendon, Millbury, Millville, Northbridge, Sutton, Upton, Uxbridge, and Whitinsville).

“These wreaths make perfect timely holiday gifts for friends, neighbors, employees,
or for any special person on your holiday gift list,” said Mike Robertson, president
and General Manager of New England Disposal Technologies, Inc. and chairman
of the WCC board of trustees.

 “A Whitin Community Center gift certificate in any denomination may be requested
and delivered with the wreath.” All proceeds go to support the Whitin Community
Center’s mission of enhancing the health and well-being of individuals and families
and building a strong community in the Blackstone Valley,'' added Heather Elster, vice president of business operations,

Orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 9. Download an order form at www.WhitinCommunityCenter.com or call 508.234.8184. Cash, checks, and credit
cards accepted.

The Whitin Community Center is a non-profit 50(c)(3) organization offering
social, recreational, educational, and outreach programs that bring community
members of all ages and backgrounds together. The Whitin Community Center
is the Blackstone Valley’s most complete family and recreation center with
two swimming pools, a gym, a fitness center, aerobics studio, Spin/TRX studio,
childcare programs, summer camp, and a seven-acre park. To learn more, visit

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