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Deck The Halls With Poinsettias & Help A Great Cause

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Deck the halls and help a great cause. The North Texas Rehab Center is kicking off its annual Poinsettia Sale.

By purchasing a locally grown poinsettia, not only are you bringing holiday cheer to yourself and others, you are helping those in need!  All proceeds from the poinsettia sale benefit the North Texas Rehab Center, allowing them to provide quality therapeutic services to those who otherwise could not afford care.

  • Poinsettias available in red, pink, or white.
  • Deliveries will be made Monday, December 3rd through Friday, December 14th.
    Exact times and dates of delivery cannot be guaranteed.
  • Complimentary delivery available within Wichita Falls city limits only.
  • All pickups will be at the North Texas Rehab Center between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.,
    beginning Monday, December 3rd.
  • Last day orders can be accepted is Friday, November 30th.

They are $17 each, call  (940) 687-4914 for more information.

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