Sharing flowers for Meaghan

Flowers Galore owners Paddy and Sue Brown will give away 150 dozen roses

Sept. 29 is Meaghan's Friend and Neighbour Day for Kimberley at Flowers Galore.

On September 29th Flowers Galore Gifts and More in Kimberley will celebrate the “Meaghan’s Friend and Neighbour Day For Kimberley”. The name has been changed in memory of the youngest daughter of Paddy and Sue Brown, who lost her life in a tragic accident on July 25th 2016. She loved Kimberley and epitomized the spirit of this event. Kimberley is recognized as a friendly, community oriented and “neighbourly” city and to help encourage that state of mind through the gift of flowers, Flowers Galore will be giving away roses by the dozen and Kimberlites are encouraged to keep one for themselves and give eleven to neighbours, friends, family or co-workers.

Flowers Galore will give away 150 dozen roses on a first come first serve basis, starting at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday September 29th 2016. Supplies are limited to the first 150 neighbours!

The store is located in Kimberley square next to the Royal Bank. There is ample parking in the Platzl Parking lot across the street if the spots are full.


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