Frederique Philip was arranging flowers at a luncheon held for the Communities in Bloom judges at Sunriver Community Garden.

Sooke businesses gather blooms

A list of the local businesses who contributed to the Communities in Bloom event

Communities in Bloom 2013

Business Beautification Contest winners who received  recognition for their efforts in promoting CIB or beautifying premises.

 

Academy Dental

Alternative Kitchen

A Sea of Bloom

B & K Jewellers & Gifts

Best Western Premier Prestige Oceanfront Resort

Canada Post

CIBC

Coast Capital Savings

Curves

DFH Real Estate

District of Sooke

Double “D” Gardens

Harmonys Place

Heritage Row

Little Vienna

Mai Mai Bistro

Marcus’ Wharfside Restaurant

Marlene Barry Reflexology

Mom’s Cafe

Mrs. Lewers Farm House

Seaflora

SEAPARC

Shoppers Drug Mart

Sooke Bottle Depot

Sooke Community Camp Grounds/The Flats

Sooke Fax & Copy Centre

Sooke Fine Art Gallery

Sooke Glass-

Sooke Harbour House

Sooke Home Hardware

Sooke Flower House

Sooke Legion Branch 54

Sooke News Mirror

Sooke Professional Centre

Sooke Region Museum & Visitor Centre

Sooke Seniors Diamond Jubilee Housing Society

Sooke Voice News

St Vincent de Paul

Sun River Community Gardens

Sun River Estates

Toronto Dominion Bank

Village Food Markets

West Coast Collision

Whiskers & Wags

 

 

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