Rose and chocolate sale to benefit HFHC

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HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. >> The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation Foundation (The Health Center) is hosting their 2nd annual Valentine's Day Fundraiser. The Center's Foundation will be selling premium red roses and fine milk chocolate covered strawberries to raise funds for the foundation. "Our supporters were very pleased with the quality of roses and the delicious chocolate covered strawberries last year and we are glad to be providing the same standard again this year," stated Christina Kovage, Foundation Board Member and event chair.

Milk chocolate covered strawberries start at $10 a box and red roses range from $20 to $48.

The community is encouraged to order at Artistic Hair Design, Hoosick True Value and Maggie's Beauty Shop. New this year community members can buy roses to be delivered to Center residents. For a $10 donation residents will be delivered a premium rose in a vase with a personalized message.

Premium roses and chocolate covered strawberries will be available for sale and orders can be picked up at 43 Church Street (the former Goober's Pizza) Saturday, Feb. 13th 3-6pm or Sunday, Feb. 14th 9am-12pm. Street parking will be readily available as well as parking in the lot across the street.

For more information on ordering please call Christina at 518-423-5636.

A big thank you to our wonderful local businesses, Artistic Hair Designs, Hoosick True Value and Maggie's Beauty Shop for supporting the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation Foundation's fundraiser again this year.

— About the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation (The Health Center) Celebrating its 102nd year as a part of the Hoosick Falls community, the Center has been a place for many to call home. Recently repositioned, the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at Hoosick Falls, is prepared to meet the needs of its residents for another 100 years. The Center prides itself on creating an individualized experience for its residents. The dedicated staff provides loved ones with the quality care they would provide for their own family. They are thankful for the community and its on-going support including its devoted auxiliary members, dedicated employees, local emergency corps, pharmacy and doctors as well as financial supporters.


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