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Local resource for school events in Gaston, SC. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to event planning, event planner, educational events coordinator, as well as information on school functions, and content on school events.

BJ's Table Linen Services and More, LLC
(803) 237-9128
1724 Mobile Ave.
West Columbia, SC
Laugh 'N Leap, llc.
(803) 647-9601
PO Box 9684
Columbia, SC
Bob Bradley DJ Musical Entertainment
(843) 251-2594
2 Corpus Christie Pl. - Suite A100
Hilton Head, SC
Truly Yours
(803) 246-1404
Saddlebrook Dr
Rock Hill, SC
Sillydilly the Clown Childrens Parties of Charleston SC
(843) 628-2878
450 planters trace drive
charleston, SC
Vintage Hustlin ENT.
(803) 767-5588
171Wallace blvd
columbia, SC
(803) 783-1485
cb events-marketing
(864) 784-9030
18 Griffith Knoll Way
Greer, SC
(843) 296-0304
TJ's Wedding & Event Planning
(843) 496-1474
PO Box 12040
Florence, SC

A Bouquet of Wishes for Secretaries Day

A Bouquet of Wishes for Secretaries Day

This poem is a nice humorous gift for a school secretary and a fun way to say Happy Secretaries Day, thanks for a great year, happy retirement, etc.
(On poster board glue a seed packet of the flower mentioned by each stanza; embellish with colorful flower graphics or cutouts)

A bouquet of wishes for Secretaries Day
Our caretaker of many from August to May

Before our eyes she begins to bloom
Good…"Morning Glory" we all chime in tune

But something happens as the "Phlox" gather near
She begins to wilt and the smile disappears

Our instincts tell us things are looking slim
As those "Snapdragon" buds begin to dim

We see her "Impatiens" grow by the hour
And we know that something is going sour

What a relief when "Four O’clock" rolls around
And our poor secretary can split these grounds

Its home to her husband we see her flee
To cuddle and snuggle and be his "Sweet Pea"

Written by: 
Diane Pollitt

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