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THE HOLIDAYS ARE BRIGHTER

Pictured at Blooms at Belle Mead are Dorothy Stearns, Executive Director, Bentley Community Services; Danny Hsieh, Blooms at Belle Mead; and Brant Holmes, Vice President-Operations, Bentley Community Services.
Pictured at Blooms at Belle Mead are Dorothy Stearns, Executive Director, Bentley Community Services; Danny Hsieh, Blooms at Belle Mead; and Brant Holmes, Vice President-Operations, Bentley Community Services.

The holiday season is off to a bright start for the participant families of Bentley Community Services.  Blooms at Belle Mead has generously provided to each family lovely, grown in their own greenhouses, poinsettias to certainly add color and brighten the holiday season for all.

 

“We realize how difficult it is for these working families during these uncertain times with the economy being so unstable. We are happy to provide our poinsettias to these families to brighten their holiday”, says Danny Hsieh, owner of Blooms at Belle Mead. “The red poinsettia plants are beautiful and we certainly are grateful to Danny for providing them, certain to make our participant families holidays extra special.  It is generous providers like Blooms at Belle Mead providing to our organization that we are so blessed with and thankful for.

 

Blooms at Belle Mead is a Garden Center and Florist providing the finest plants and flowers for your home and garden. There are over four acres of display to explore and they have the area’s largest selection of Annuals, Perennials, Trees & Shrubs, Houseplants, Tropical Plants, Fresh Cut Flowers, Pottery, and Accessories. You will find personalized service from friendly and knowledgeable staff that interacts with customers and the community on a daily basis.  Bentley Community Services is a designated 501 (c) 3 charitable organization that specifically addresses the new need in our communities; helping hardworking low, middle and upper middle class families that do not qualify for assistance but need help due to the unstable economy. They are a healthy food provider and more to struggling underemployed and formerly employed working families in need.





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