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Family Tradition Wreath Company

Fresh Maine Balsam Wreaths

Our Maine Balsam Wreaths are all handmade using only the freshest, fullest balsam fir available. You will find our fresh Maine balsam wreaths to be double sided, fresh cut, full of fragrance and most important long lasting. Our fresh Maine Christmas wreaths are hand decorated with a variety of wonderful holiday decorations to add the perfect touch.
A fresh Maine balsam wreath is something everyone wants on their front door as a warm holiday greeting. Whether you’re buying for yourself, family, friends or coworkers, order a REAL Maine Balsam wreath right here at Family Tradition Wreath Company,  we promise you won’t be disappointed. We look forward to sharing our Christmas tradition with you!
Your Fundraiser code is 191143 for the Old Dominion Chapter. Please insert this Fundraiser code before you proceed to checkout.  
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We are excited to be partnering with FUN PASTA FUNDRAISING! Shop now and order some creative, delicious pasta goodies. It’s simple, and you’ll love the selection – great for any special occasion, fun for the kids or just for yourself!
With each sale, our group earns 40% which helps us reach our “Dish It Up” fundraising goal to feed healthy food to families in need. Plus you get free shipping over $50! There are some great packages that are great for Holiday gift giving, swaps or Teacher gifts. For every dollar raised we can provide two pounds of food.
Your order will be shipped from Nashville, TN within 3-5 days.
Please join us in supporting the Pioneers “Dish It Up” project.

Click on the link below to check out the great products and gift ideas.

 Richmond Council toiletriesRichmond Council, assembled toiletry bags for Comfort Zone Camp, a bereavement camp for children, at the June luncheon. We also collected sunblock, gel packs and styrofoam coolers for the camp.  A total of 94 items were delivered on June 23, 2015, resulting in 32 volunteer hours.

The pics are of our folks assembling the bags. It was 100 degrees on delivery day, so Jessi Shumale, National Facilitator, came out with their cart to get items.