Money Grows on Trees for Owatonna Foundation
Turtle Creek Nursery in Owatonna is holding a fundraiser for the Owatonna Foundation this holiday season that is as close to money growing on trees as is possible. For each Christmas tree sold, Turtle Creek will donate $3 to the Owatonna Foundation.
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In a news release from the Owatonna Foundation, Turtle Creek Nursery owner Eric Cornell states, "We are excited to be doing this promotion to benefit the Owatonna Foundation. They have truly touched the lives of everyone that lives in Owatonna by financially supporting the many projects they have been involved with. As a business owner and resident, we value these amenities that make our community a wonderful place to live and work."
Owatonna Foundation President Tom Dufresne added, "We are extremely grateful to Turtle Creek Nursery for sponsoring this promotion that benefits the Owatonna Foundation. This donation will go fair in continuing our mission of improving the quality of life for present and future generations by supporting Owatonna projects that focus on community, arts, recreation, and education."
Pictured in the submitted photo: in back, David Seykora, Owatonna Foundation Trustee, Nick Poehler and Eric Cornell, owners of Turtle Creek Nursery. In front, Tom Dufresne, President of the Owatonna and his granddaughter Waverly Dufresne and Dave Einhaus, past President of the Owatonna Foundation.
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