Fruit Tree Fundraiser 2014

$15.00 each

Fruit trees available to our community from an
Eastern Washington Orchard

Fundraiser to Benefit
The Community Connections Center
And The Community Garden

Trees available are:

Cherries – Bing, Lapins, Blushing Gold and Montmorency
Apples – Gale Gala, Auvil Early Fuji, Ginger Gold,
Blondee (golden Gala), Cameo, Jonaprince
Peaches – Early Elberta, Red Globe and Redhaven
Pears – Sensation Red Bartlett
Apricots – Chinese, Goldrich, and Rival
Plums – Early Italian and Stanley
Nectarines – Red Gold

Descriptions of each variety are posted at the Community Connections Center, Tony’s Market, Riversedge, Mustang Grill and the Library or online at http://northport-wa.blogspot.com/

Trees are $15.00 each
Orders must be received by January 18th

Trees will be delivered to the Community Connections Center by Mother’s Day
To order your trees contact one of the following:
Sandi Everson @ 732-8847 or 690-7548
Jan Wright @ 732-6687

Fruit Tree Fundraiser

Fruit trees available to our community from an Eastern Washington Orchard

Fundraiser to Benefit

The Community Connections Center
And The Community Garden
Trees available are:
Cherries – Royal Ann, Rainier and Stella
Apples – Gale Gala, Honeycrisp and Liberty
Peaches – Redstar, Red Globe and Glohaven
Pears – Anjou and Golden Russet Bosc
Apricots – Tomcot and Goldbar
Plums – Early Italian and Stanley

These are two year trees anywhere from 4 ft to 7 ft depending on the variety. Descriptions of each variety are posted at the Community Connections Center, Tony’s Market, Riversedge, Mustang Grill and the Library or e-mail sandenes@gmail.com for a flyer describing each variety. Or click on the Horizon Project Links for Fruit Tree Fundraiser 2 and 3.
Trees are $15.00 each

Orders must be received by January 18th

Trees will be delivered to the Community Connections Center by Mother’s Day

To order your trees contact one of the following:
Sandi Everson @ 732-8847 or 690-7548
Jan Wright @ 732-6687

Senior Meals


We are blessed to see this program thrive as a true community partnership. The school makes available a cook and their kitchen for meal preparation. The Lion’s Club, Presbyterian, Baptist and Assembly of God churches all donate dollars to the sustainability of this project, as do the seniors themselves. The meals are served at the Presbyterian Church twice a week, with some meals being delivered to those unable to attend. We have had anywhere from 10 to 28 seniors in attendance. Our average since we started has been about 19. We look forward to continuing these partnerships into the future for our senior population.