Rockford MELD offers calendars, holiday gift wrapping
Photographer Jeff Anderson and Rockford MELD have partnered together to create a calendar of photographs that showcases the beauty and tranquility of Anderson Japanese Gardens, as part of MELD’s 30-year celebration of “Growing Stronger Families” for our community.
The calendar is standard 11 inches by 14 inches in size, with 12 full-page scenes of the gardens ideal for easy matting and framing.
Limited quantities of calendars are available. Calendars are $15 each and can be purchased at the following businesses:
• Stone’s Hallmark stores, 2508 S. Alpine Road and 5901 E. Riverside Blvd.
• Pepper Creek, 7295 Harrison Ave.
• Annie’s Gifts and Home Accents, 1643 N. Alpine Road
• Privileges, 2636 McFarland Road
• Nihan and Martin, 1660 N. Alpine Road
• Poska, 2213 E. State St.
• Crimson Ridge, 735 N. Perryville Road
• Porch, 3065 N. Perryville Road
• Village Green, 6101 E. Riverside Blvd. and 2640 N. Main St.
• Jenny’s Gift Shop, SwedishAmerican Hospital, 1401 E. State St.
• Benson Stone Company, 1100 11th St.
• Shear Renewal, 2209 E. State St.
• Katie’s Cup, 502 Seventh St.
• MELD office, 3703 N. Main St.
• Online at www.rockfordmeld.org
Proceeds from calendar sales will benefit MELD programs for young families. For more about MELD or its 2012 calendar, call the MELD office at (815) 633-6353, ext.10, or go to www.rockfordmeld.org.
Get holiday gifts wrapped and support Rockford MELD
Rockford MELD will be wrapping holiday gifts every Wednesday, Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14 and 21 at CherryVale Mall.
Gift wrapping location is on the main level of CherryVale Mall by Sears. Stop by on Wednesdays with your holiday gifts, and MELD will wrap them for a donation to support MELD programs.
All gift wrapping donations will benefit MELD programs and services including MELD Homeless Shelter, MELD Transitional Living Program, MELD Young Moms and Young Dads Parenting Support Groups, MELD Education and Employment Assistance Program and Prevention Education.
Rockford MELD’s mission is “guiding young parents to build a strong family and lead a responsible life by providing shelter, education and life skills training.”
For more information, call (815) 633-6353, ext. 11.
From the Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2011, issue
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