RHS Girls’ LAX Holiday Candle Sale

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Support the RHS Girls Lax Team and fill your home with lovely aromas this holiday season by purchasing candles from A Cheerful Giver.
Candles $20 each and will be available in a 16 ounce jar with 2 scents:
Holly Tree (red candle): a blend of holly, berries, cinnamon, clove and vanilla
Juicy Apple (white candle): a blend of bright cherry apples, cinnamon & cloves.

Make checks payable to Ridgewood Girls Lacrosse Association and mail form and payment by Monday November 16th to:
RHS Girls Lax c/o Kristin Black 232 S. Irving Street, Ridgewood NJ 07450

OR simply VENMO Treasurer @Nadareilly with payment, name and order information.
Please mail/text your order form in.

Sale EXTENDED November 20!
Delivery will be early December just in time for the Holidays!

Please reach out to Kristin Black mbkb@optonline.net or 201-618-5152 with any questions.

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