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Order fresh flowers weekly and support adults with special needs

FALLBROOK – Adults from Care-Rite Vocational Services are doing a flower fundraiser. For $60, residents can get fresh flowers delivered once a week, for six months, from July to December, all while supporting Fallbrook adults with special needs.

Care-Rite's clients will drop off flowers in vases at a business, or any home in the Fallbrook area, and leave them for a week. They will come back to pick up the vases and return them again with fresh flowers. Care-Rite's vocational and micro-business training teaches clients how to develop and maintain a small business, develop a product, and provide customer service.

Supporters who don't want to wait until July, can start now while they are in their January to June subscription period, and pay $10 per month. For example, if one joins in May, they will pay $20 for May and June.

Anyone interested in ordering flowers, can pay cash or write a check to Care-Rite Vocational Services for $60 and mail or deliver it to Care-Rite Vocational Services, 925 S. Main Ave., Fallbrook 92028.

Care-Rite has a total of three micro businesses, Flowers Done Rite, Knitted Beanies, and Barn Quilts wood projects. The staff is grateful for community donations of yarn, vases, and ribbon and they are looking for a washer to start a tie-dye T-shirt business in the future. For more information on any of these projects, call 760-728-6951.

Submitted by Care-Rite Vocational Services.


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