For every $20 gift basket purchased for local healthcare workers, owners of Cedarbrook Lavender Farm will add up to $10 in extra products and deliver the bags. Photo courtesy of Cedarbrook Lavender Farm

For every $20 gift basket purchased for local healthcare workers, owners of Cedarbrook Lavender Farm will add up to $10 in extra products and deliver the bags. Photo courtesy of Cedarbrook Lavender Farm

Cedarbrook Lavender seeks support for healthcare workers

Cedarbrook Lavender Farm, 120 W. Washington St., looks to thank local healthcare professionals with a lavender gift bag.

Local supporters can pay $20 for a gift bag and owners Marcella and Gary Stachurski will fill the bag with upwards of $30 of lavender product. They’ll drop off the gift bags with thank you cards on your behalf at Olympic Medical Center.

“It’s our way of giving back to the community and saying thank you to our healthcare professionals during this time of uncertainty,” Marcella said.

To order, call 360-683-7733, or visit www.cedar brooklavender.com/for-the-home-1/healthcare- professional-care-gift, or www.facebook.com/Cedar brookLavender.

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