Local businesses sponsor poinsettia fundraiser

Local business owners Rebecca and Dan Warrington will sponsor their poinsettia sale to benefit the children and programs at Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers, a local non-profit childcare organization.

EASTON — Rebecca Warrington, owner of Shapers Hair Salon, and her husband Dan Warrington, owner of Warrington Builders, believe in giving back to their community.

Every Christmas, Rebecca and Dan sponsor a Poinsettia Sale to support a local cause. The proceeds raised from this year’s sale will benefit the children and programs at Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers, a local non-profit organization that provides quality, affordable, educational childcare in a nurturing, safe, and enriching environment.

If you’d like to purchase a poinsettia (or a few), medium poinsettias are $16, large poinsettias are $28 and hanging baskets are $35. Poinsettias will be on sale from Dec. 5 to Dec. 12. Call ahead for curbside pickup at 410-822-6555. Shapers Hair Salon is located at 413 Needwood Ave., Easton.

CACC offers year-round preschool programs, Pre-K to fifth grade before- and after-school care and summer camp programs. Currently, due to COVID-19, CACC is offering all-day school age programs where CACC’s experienced teachers can assist children with their virtual learning.

CACC is able to offer tuition assistance to many of its families because of the generosity and financial support of individuals, businesses, and foundations in Talbot County. To learn more about Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers or to enroll you child in a program, please call 410-822-8061 or visit www.cacckids.org.

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