Friday, August 14, 2020

Coronado Middle School Wreath Fundraiser

Would you like a live, fresh, and gorgeous wreath for your home this winter holiday season? Are you looking for a great holiday gift for loved ones that don’t live here? Are you looking for a unique and valued gift for your clients or employees (a great idea for all the realtors or business owners out there)? Gift friends, loved ones, and clients with a holiday wreath, tabletop tree, or candlelit centerpiece all while supporting Coronado Middle School PTO. CMS PTO volunteers will personally deliver items ordered to Coronado and Imperial Beach the week of December 2-6. Local orders need to be placed by October 31.

Two ways to order!

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1) Place local orders with a CMS student. Fliers went home this week.

2) For outside of Coronado orders, please order from the website:  www.MickmanHolidayGifts.com – ENTER FUNDRAISING CODE: CORONACA004.

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For questions, email CoronadoMiddleSchool.PTO@gmail.com

 

 

 

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