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March 22, 2013
Residents at Toronto seniors home to receive Canada Blooms plants
  
Councillor Jaye Robinson (Ward 25 Don Valley West), Chair of the Community Development and Recreation Committee, will join City of Toronto staff and residents of Seven Oaks Long-Term Care Home on Tuesday to celebrate spring as the residents receive hundreds of blooms and shrubs from Canada Blooms.

Date: Tuesday, March 26
Time: 2 p.m. for photo opportunity
Location: Seven Oaks Long-Term Care Home, 9 Neilson Rd.

Volunteers will sort and package the plants when the Canada Blooms show ends Sunday evening. The flowers/plants will be made available to other seniors and programs as well as Seven Oaks. These recipients include clients of Meals on Wheels and Pathways - a program of the Rouge Valley Health System.

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