We started back with a very successful January flower event to support the Aleethia Dinner at the Capital Hill Club.
Another year begins with a room filled with smiles and flowers for the Aleethia Foundation's "Friday Night Dinner" held on January 19, 2018. The "Freedom Petals" volunteers provided outstanding floral designs for each table. An added surprise was the array of potted plants including miniature daffodils, anthurium, clyclamen and the "money tree" plants that provided such enthusiasm throughout the room as folks selected a plant to take back with them. Several caregivers volunteered to assist with bringing the extra floral arrangements and plants back to the Walter Reed patients who were unable to attend the dinner and to the Fisher Houses on base where their families are staying during their healing and rehabilitation. It's no secret that flowers can boost morale, improve moods and bring healing energy.
Thanks so much for "Freedom Petals" continuing their mission to bring smiles and caring to the wounded/injured/ill service members and their families who attend the Aleethia Foundation's Friday Night Dinners.
Hugs and blessings to all!Margaret