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Rotary Club of New Haven Fund Raiser - Roses for Thanksgiving

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Rotary Club of New Haven Fund Raiser - Roses for Thanksgiving

Time: October 22, 2012 to November 20, 2012
Location: The Graduate Club for pick-up
Street: 155 Elm St.
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map:…
Phone: 866-702-7625
Event Type: sale, of, roses, fund, raiser
Organized By: Rotary Club of New Haven
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2012

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The Rotary Club of New Haven's is selling pumpkin pastel, long stem roses to raise funds for the club's Charitable Trust Fund for the club's community outreach programs, including Roses for Autism. One dozen roses is $15 and they can be picked up at The Graduate Club at 155 Elm St., New Haven on November 20th, from noon until 3 PM - Just in Time for Thanksgiving.

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