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Support Canisius for the holidays via the CHSPA Poinsettia & Wreath Sale
CHS Staff

Beautify your home this holiday season and support Canisius High School programs at the same time. 

The Canisius High School Parents Association's annual Holiday Poinsettia & Wreath Sale continues through Monday.

Locally grown poinsettia plants and hand-made holiday wreaths are available for purchase, with all proceeds going to CHS Campus Ministry programs. 

All orders will be placed onlineThe deadline to place orders is Monday, November 29, 2021.

Poinsettias and wreaths must be picked up at school at the Kennedy Field House entrance on Friday, Dec. 3 from 1 to 6 p.m. 

Instructions on the pick-up process will be emailed prior to Dec. 3. Any orders not picked up by Dec. 3 will be donated to the school.

For more information contact: Leslie Fogg at or Samantha Ciccarelli at

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