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Tulips for Tomorrow campaign set to launch

Bouygues Building Canada employees Vitaliy Shylov and Scholastics Lee package tulip bulbs for Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Tulips for Tomorrow Campaign. -
Bouygues Building Canada employees Vitaliy Shylov and Scholastics Lee package tulip bulbs for Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Tulips for Tomorrow Campaign.
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Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Tulips for Tomorrow campaign is about to get underway.

Packages of tulip bulbs will be available for sale in select retail stores by Sept. 8 and at the annual Fleetwood Festival on Saturday (Sept. 8) in support of the hospital’s Critical Care Tower expansion.

Sales of the Princess Irene tulip bulbs support  the Critical Care Tower expansion at Surrey Memorial Hospital.

Look for the tulip bulb packages at:

• 99 Nursery & Florist – 9376 King George Blvd.

• Art’s Nursery – 8940 192 St.

• David Hunter Garden Centres – 15175  Ave.

• Cloverdale Country Farms – 5688  St.


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