Pink flamingos on the way in Hollister

Help raise money for Women's Club of Hollister by hosting a flock of flamingo's in your front yard and pay to have them removed.

Flamingo flockers from the Women’s Club of Hollister will be taking over lawns in the Hollister area again this April.
From April 1 to Tax Day, flocks of plastic pink flamingos will magically appear at residences and, for the first time ever, in office spaces. And it’s all for a good cause.
The proceeds raised from flocking a friend go to support the local Women’s Club’s various projects. Foremost among these is the Comfort and Care Backpack Project, which supplies the Kinship Center, Chamberlain’s, and Emmaus House with essentials-filled backpacks for their kids in transition. Other projects of the Women’s Club include high school scholarships for girls, the Laundry to Literacy Project which gets books in the hands of young children, and support to other groups such as the Hollister Freewheelers, Girls Inc, the San Benito County Historical Society, the Community Food Bank, San Benito County Historical Society, the San Benito Arts Council, Small Steps, Friends of the San Benito County Free Library, EDGE Leadership and the Holte Christmas Dinner.
If you are interested in surprising a friend or your office with a flock of pink flamingos, the Women’s Club is now taking reservations. For more information, visit their Facebook page: Women’s Club of Hollister Annual Flamingo Flocking. Or contact committee chairperson Kimberly Kimber at [email protected] or (831) 207-7016.

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