Bloomin’ Bucks

Promote Fox Lake is at it again!

Our newest projectblanketing the Village with DAFFODILS!

This September 2017, our PFL Committee will be planting 3000 daffodils bulbs in downtown Fox Lake and we need your help!

A handful of local businesses and organizations have already started donating to the project, but PFL is in need of additional monetary support to make this a successful event. The committee envisions the Village’s roadsides and downtown to be blooming with daffodils this coming Spring, thanks to wonderful supporters like you!

A great way to help us fund raise is to shop at www.bloominbucks.com, click our name (Promote Fox Lake), and we will receive a percentage of each sale!

If you would like to volunteer or donate to/for this fun project or would like additional information, please contact Michael Lescher at 

(847) 207-1788 or by email at michael@lescher.com

Volunteers are needed for the following projects:

Estimated Time of Bulb Arrival: September 12

    • Sorting bulbs for distribution to planting sites
    • Digging and planting bulbs at various sites in downtown Fox Lake
  •    Week One: 9/13 – 9/15, weather permitting (days TBA)
    • Digging and planting bulbs at various sites in downtown Fox Lake
  •    Week Two:  9/18-9/22, weather permitting (days TBA)
    • Digging and planting bulbs at various sites in downtown Fox Lake
  •    Week Three: Student volunteer group has already been selected

Volunteers need to bring garden gloves, wear appropriate clothing and BYO drinks and snacks.

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