Letter: Wreath festival best ever

To the Editors:

Woodcock Nature Center staff would like to express our thanks to all who participated in making our annual Wreath Festival Fund-raiser our most successful to date.

More than 900 area women and families attended our 2014 Ladies’ Nights and Family Days between Dec. 2 and 13. Participants decorated fresh balsam wreaths with beautiful, natural dried materials while supporting environmental education.

Thank you to the following local businesses and individuals for donating items and gift certificates to our Ladies’ Night raffle: Barre Method, Elevation, Pilates Advantage, Adam Broderick Salon & Spa, Good Morning Nail and Spa, Sun Nail and Spa, Ura Spa, Signature Style, Witchy Poo, Open House, The Little Shop, Renaissance Beauty, Campus Jewelers, B-Chic, Ursula’s, Bella House, Wilton Children’s Theater, Enrichment on Main, the Ridgefield Playhouse, the Groom Room, Splash Car Wash, Stewart Flowers, Outdoor Sports Center, Radiant Health Acupuncture, Mojo Organics, Heavenly Bites, 850 Degrees, Fifty Coins, Bailey’s Backyard, Piccolo Pizza, Bissell House, Tiger’s Den Sports Bar & Grill, Southwest Café, The Cake Box, Odeen’s BBQ, Ridgefield Prime, Marly’s Bar & Bistro, Scoops, Just Desserts, Vintage Fine Wines, Sucre Sale, Darrien Lacey, Janet Montalbano, Lisa McEvoy, and Tina Duncan.

Thank you to the individuals who collected and donated dried materials, created handmade bows, prepped wreaths, and staffed the event. Special thanks to NCL Nutmeg, NCL Ridgefield and Lion’s Heart volunteer organizations for your continued support.

We appreciate the time and talent of all who contributed to helping us meet our mission of “Raising Healthy Children for a Healthy Environment Tomorrow.”

The Staff of Woodcock Nature Center

Deer Run Road, Jan. 13