White Pine, White Cedar, White Spruce and Red Pine Trees for Sale
Gunflint Gardens is taking orders for White Pine, White Spruce, White Cedar and Red Pine Trees. These are in #5 containers and larger 4ft tall. Trees are hardy Northern Minnesota grown nursery stock.
4ft trees are $65 each.
I will give a (5% discounts on orders of 5 ) and (10% for 10 or more) (mix or match). Delivery is available.
Trees will be available to plant when the frost is out of the ground, hopefully sometime mid May. I will call or e-mail you when your order is ready.
Gunflint Gardens E-mail: email@example.com phone 218-387-2469
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CONTACT: Bob Sopoci
DATE: 04/11/2015 01:28pm
For the remainder of April, the Landing will be closed on Monday's, Tuesday's and Wednesday's.
Our Hours will be:
Sunday - 11am-9pm
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - 11am-9pm - Ladies Night
Friday - 11am-Close - Prime Rib
Saturday - 11am-Close
For the Month of May, should I not succeed in keeping the Lodge Open, the Last day will be Saturday May 16th. We will be open at 11am everyday in May until May 16th.
If you have any questions, please call me at 218-387-9415
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CONTACT: Sharon Bloomquist
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Each year, the Cook County Community Fund makes grants up to $2,500 for non-profits in Cook County. Letters of Intent are due April 15th with completed applications due by May 1st.
Grants are accepted through an online application. www.cookcountycommunityfund.com
The Cook County Community Fund supports projects in the arts, community development, education, environment, human services and youth in Cook County. Within these areas, priority will be given to projects that: Strengthen community ties between individuals and promote collaboration between organizations within our service area; Address underlying causes of community problems; Respond to community needs that can be solved or softened by receiving grants of modest or moderate amounts; Propose new solutions or responses and require start-up assistance; Seek to create connections among a diverse cross-section of citizens thereby increasing the community health and hospitality of our region.
Applicants are encouraged to apply for matching funds from other grant making organizations. Consideration will be given to applicants that are leveraging matching funds. To be eligible to apply, organizations must be classified as a charitable nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or classified as an organization to which contributions may be deducted under Section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code, and be located in or provide services to residents of the Cook County. To apply or learn more about the funding process, applicants should first submit an inquiry via the website at www.cookcountycommunityfund.com
CONTACT: Cook County County Community Fund
DATE: 04/09/2015 12:25pm