Summer Flower Baskets
What do Shelton’s gorgeous flower baskets and Christmas decorations have in common? They are both programs supported by the Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce to beautify our community. The lovely flower baskets that grace our streets for the summer months would not be possible without our community’s support. The business community and individual sponsors have taken responsibility for the majority of the costs associated with the installation and upkeep of the flower baskets, and Christmas decoration sites.
In addition to donations made toward the collective project, flower baskets may be sponsored for $275 each. The $275 offsets the cost of materials and maintenance for the season—and citizens may choose to sponsor a basket in memoriam or in honor of a loved one.
The Chamber’s Beautification Project is supported not only by wonderful partners and volunteers, but also by businesses and individuals like yourself who give donations throughout the year to underwrite the tremendous cost. Between paying for watering the flower baskets and the energy for the Christmas lights, the Chamber disburses approximately $18,000.
If you would like more information on this effort or would like to donate your time or money to these valuable community projects, please contact the Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 426-2021.
Please send any financial contributions to the Chamber at PO Box 2389 Shelton, WA 98584 or make a gift online. Gifts of any amount are appreciated!
Thank you community partners
Thank you individual contributors
Fred Holmes Tree Service
Shelton Pacific Wood
The smells of fresh Christmas Trees, the beauty of Christmas Lights, and the spirit of giving in the air are the first sign that it’s Christmas time in Christmas Town, USA.
In 2019, the Chamber joined Image in Action Design to restore and transport the vintage décor. Shining from Railroad Avenue and Cota Street downtown to both ends of Old Olympic Hwy. The much loved Christmas decorations of bells, candy canes, and of course Santa and his reindeer trim the town for the holiday season.