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It’s the last day of 2020 and we wish you all a fabulous New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day!

Ring in 2021 with The Green Cross!
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December 31, 2020 NEWSLETTER
Dear Green Cross Members, Friends & Family,
It’s the last day of 2020 and we wish you all a fabulous New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day! We hope 2021 brings everyone much-needed change and relief during these challenging times. With multiple vaccines now available, we hope there is an end in sight to the pandemic. We know times are still tough, so we want to bring a little cheer to your lives this NYE. Keep reading for more details on fantastic specials, price breaks, price drops and new products now available at The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/) !
In observance of New Year’s Day tomorrow, we are reducing our hours of operation to 11 AM to 7 PM. We resume our normal hours of operation on January 2.

Thank you in advance for understanding and we wish you all a very happy and safe New Year’s Eve!

www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGCMemberSurvey2020

In an effort to prioritize the servicing of Seniors (age 65+) and members with disabilities (SSDI holders), The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/) has implemented a Priority Service Program from 8 AM to 10 AM daily, 7 days a week. With this new program, qualifying members are able to skip ahead in line during these hours to receive assistance with purchases as quickly as possible. We want to ensure we do our part to reduce risks for our most vulnerable members.

Thank you in advance for understanding!

www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGCMemberSurvey2020

We value your feedback! Please give us 5 minutes of your time to complete our anonymous Annual Member Survey (www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGCMemberSurvey2020) . The more feedback we receive, the better we can improve our products and services going forward. We will be closing the survey on Monday, January 4, so please ensure you take it before the deadline ends. Thank you in advance for your time!

As a community-based organization, The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/) believes strongly if giving back to our community. Here is a comprehensive list of organizations we regularly donate to and we support. If you have the time and means to do so, we encourage all members to learn more about the work of these amazing organizations and consider making a donation. Every dollar counts!

Organizations We Support
AIDS Walk San Francisco – SF.AIDSWalk.net (sf.aidswalk.net/)
Alliance for a Better District 6 – ABD6.org (www.abd6.org/)
American Civil Liberties Union – ACLU.org (www.aclu.org/)
American Red Cross – RedCross.org (www.redcross.org/)
Americans for Safe Access – SafeAccessNow.org (www.safeaccessnow.org/)
American Herbal Products Association – AHPA.org (www.ahpa.org/)
At the Crossroads – AttheCrossroads.org (www.atthecrossroads.org/)
Bay Area Legal Aid – BayLegal.org (baylegal.org/)
Bayview Hunter’s Point Foundation for Community Improvement – BayviewCI.org (bayviewci.org/)
Black Futures Lab – BlackFuturesLab.org (blackfutureslab.org/)
Black and Pink – BlackandPink.org (www.blackandpink.org/)
Black Lives Matter – BlackLivesMatter.com (blacklivesmatter.com/)
Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco – KidsClub.org (www.kidsclub.org/)
CAIR California – CA.CAIR.com/SFBA/ (ca.cair.com/sfba/)
​California Coalition for Women Prisoners – WomenPrisoners.org (womenprisoners.org/)
California NORML – CANorml.org (www.canorml.org/)
Californians United for a Responsible Budget – CurbPrisonSpending.org (www.curbprisonspending.org/)
Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children – SFCASA.org (www.sfcasa.org/)
Chicana / Latina Foundation – ChicanaLatina.org (www.chicanalatina.org/)
City of Dreams – CityofDreams.org (www.cityofdreams.org/)
CIVIC End Isolation – EndIsolation.org (www.endisolation.org/)
Coalition of Homelessness – COHSF.org (www.cohsf.org/)
Code for America – CodeforAmerica.org (www.codeforamerica.org/)
Code Tenderloin – CodeTenderloin.org (codetenderloin.org/)
Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth – ColemanAdvocates.org (colemanadvocates.org/)
College Track – CollegeTrack.org (collegetrack.org/)
Color of Change – ColorofChange.org (colorofchange.org/)
Community Living Campaign – SFCommunityLiving.org (www.sfcommunityliving.org/)
Community United Against Violence – CUAV.org (www.cuav.org/)
Community Works – CommunityWorksWest.org (communityworkswest.org/)
Critical Resistance – CriticalResistance.org (criticalresistance.org/)
Curry Without Worry – CurryWithoutWorry.org (www.currywithoutworry.org/)
​Delancey Street Foundation – DelanceyStreetFoundation.org (www.delanceystreetfoundation.org/)
Disability Rights Advocates – DRALegal.org (dralegal.org/)
Dolores Street Community Services – DSCS.org (www.dscs.org/)
DRCNet Foundation – StoptheDrugWar.org (stopthedrugwar.org/)
Drug Policy Alliance – DrugPolicy.org (www.drugpolicy.org/)
Emerge California – EmergeCA.NGPVanHost.com (emergeca.ngpvanhost.com/)
Episcopal Community Services – ECS-SF.org (ecs-sf.org/)
Equality California – EQCA.org (www.eqca.org/)
Equal Justice Initiative – EJI.org (eji.org/)
Equal Rights Advocates – EqualRights.org (www.equalrights.org/)
Excelsior Action Group – EAGSF.org (www.eagsf.org/)
Excelsior District Improvement Association – ExcelsiorSF.org (excelsiorsf.org/)
FACES SF – FacesSF.org (facessf.org/)
Family House – FamilyHouseInc.org (familyhouseinc.org/)
Give2SF COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund – SF.gov/Give-City-Respond-COVID-19 (sf.gov/give-city-respond-covid-19)
Glide Foundation – Glide.org (www.glide.org/)
Hamilton Families – HamiltonFamilies.org (hamiltonfamilies.org/)
Historically Black Colleges and Universities Venture Capitalists – HBCU.vc (www.hbcu.vc/)
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco – HRCSF.org (hrcsf.org/)
Human Rights Campaign – HRC.org (www.hrc.org/)
Hunters Point Family – HuntersPointFamily.org (hunterspointfamily.org/)
JCYC College Access Programs – JCYCCollegeAccess.org (www.jcyccollegeaccess.org/)
Jobs with Justice – JWJ.org (www.jwj.org/)
Joyful Heart Foundation – JoyfulHeartFoundation.org (www.joyfulheartfoundation.org/)
Kiva – Kiva.org (www.kiva.org/)
La Cocina –
Larkin Street Youth Services – LarkinStreetYouth.org (larkinstreetyouth.org/)
Latino Community Foundation – LatinoCF.org (latinocf.org/)
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center – LYRIC.org
Law Enforcement Action Partnership – LawEnforcementActionPartnership.org (lawenforcementactionpartnership.org/)
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area – LCCR.com (www.lccr.com/)
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children – PrisonerswithChildren.org (www.prisonerswithchildren.org/)
Maitri – MaitriSF.org (www.maitrisf.org/)
Marijuana Policy Project – MPP.org (www.mpp.org/)
Meals on Wheels – MOWSF.org (www.mowsf.org/)
Minority Cannabis Business Association – MinorityCannabis.org (minoritycannabis.org/)
Mission Economic Development Agency – MEDASF.org (medasf.org/)
Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies – MAPS.org (www.maps.org/)
My Brother’s Keeper – Obama.org/MBKA (www.obama.org/mbka/)
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund – NAACPLDF.org (www.naacpldf.org/)
National Employment Law Group – NELP.org (www.nelp.org/)
National Lawyers Guild, S.F. Bay Area Chapter – NLGSF.org (www.nlgsf.org/)
No Kid Hungry – NoKidHungry.org (www.nokidhungry.org/)
One Brick – OneBrick.org (onebrick.org/)
Organic Cannabis Association – OrganicCA.org (www.organicca.org/)
Prisoner Reentry Network – PrisonerReentryNetwork.org (www.prisonerreentrynetwork.org/)
Project Open Hand – OpenHand.org (www.openhand.org/)
Raphael House – RafaelHouse.org (www.raphaelhouse.org/)
Rebuilding Together San Francisco – RebuildingTogetherSF.org (www.rebuildingtogethersf.org/)
Red Light Legal – RedLightLegal.org (redlightlegal.org/)
Reform CA – ReformCA.com (www.reformca.com/)
Rock Paper Scissors Collective – RPSCollective.org (www.rpscollective.org/)
San Francisco AIDS Foundation – SFAF.org (www.sfaf.org/)
San Francisco City Impact – SFCityImpact.com (www.sfcityimpact.com/)
San Francisco Interfaith Council – SFInterfaithCouncil.org (www.sfinterfaithcouncil.org/)
San Francisco Night Ministry – SFNightMinistry.org (www.sfnightministry.org/)
San Francisco Tenants Union – SFTU.org (www.sftu.org/)
San Francisco SafeHouse – SFSafeHouse.org (www.sfsafehouse.org/)
Save the Bay – SaveBay.org (www.savebay.org/homepage)
SCRAP – Scrap-SF.org (www.scrap-sf.org/)
SF LGBT Center – SFCenter.org (www.sfcenter.org/)
​SF Marin Food Bank – SFMFoodBank.org (www.sfmfoodbank.org/)
SF Playhouse – SFPlayhouse.org (www.sfplayhouse.org/)
SF Safehouse – SFSafehouse.org (www.sfsafehouse.org/)
Shanti Project – Shanti.org (www.shanti.org/)
Sierra Club Foundation: SierraClubFoundation.org (www.sierraclubfoundation.org/)
Southern Poverty Law Center – SPLCenter.org (www.splcenter.org/)
St. Anthony’s – StAnthonySF.org (www.stanthonysf.org/)
Stern Grove Festival – SternGrove.org (www.sterngrove.org/)
Stop the Drug War – StoptheDrugWar.org (stopthedrugwar.org/)
Students for Sensible Drug Policy – SSDP.org (ssdp.org/)
Summer Search – SummerSearch.org (www.summersearch.org/)
Supernova Women – SupernovaWomen.Wordpress.com (supernovawomen.wordpress.com/)
The Bail Project – BailProject.org (bailproject.org/)
The Dream Corps – TheDreamCorps.org (www.thedreamcorps.org/)
The Greenlining Institute – Greenlining.org (greenlining.org/)
The Hood Incubator – HoodIncubator.org (www.hoodincubator.org/)
The Innocence Project – InnocenceProject.org (www.innocenceproject.org/)
The San Francisco Foundation – SFF.org (sff.org/)
The Women’s Building – WomensBuilding.org (womensbuilding.org/)
TGI Justice – TGIJP.org (www.tgijp.org/)
United Playaz – UnitedPlayaz.org (unitedplayaz.org/)
United Way Bay Area COVID-19 Community Relief Fund – UWBA.org/COVID19Fund (uwba.org/covid19fund/)
Welcome Home Project
Western Regional Advocacy Project – WRAPHome.org (wraphome.org/)
Willie Brown Institute – WLBInstitute.org (www.wlbinstitute.org/)
Young Women’s Freedom Center – YoungWomenFree.org (www.youngwomenfree.org/)

We want to assure you once again that The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/) continues to take COVID-19 very seriously, and values the safety and well-being of our members, staff and community as a whole.

In our last newsletter communication we shared a copy of the Social Distancing Protocols document we put together. Since sending it, we have made updates to it and want to share the Revised Social Distancing Protocols (mcusercontent.com/2926f24aeab836631654e2cbc/files/145ac7f5-dd62-43a0-a290-cac2eaa505d9/Social_Distancing_Protocol_Dec_2020_Update.pdf) . We follow these protocols very closely and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

In addition, we would like to remind you that The Green Cross sells PPE essentials, such as hand sanitizer, disposable masks, and protective goggles. Please check out the Other Accessories category on our Online Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) for a full list of available products.

Stay up to date on COVID-19 and get the local resources you need here (sf.gov/topics/coronavirus-covid-19) .

As a reminder, we now offer discounts for purchasing flower in bulk. You can receive discounts for purchasing these bulk flower amounts:

1/4 oz. Flower – 5% off
1/2 oz. Flower – 10% off
1 oz. Flower – 15% off

Mixing and matching different strains is permitted. However, pre-rolls are not included in this program. Buy more and save more on flower going forward!
We recently released our mouth-watering new IncrediMeds Double Chocolate Brownie – this is a perfect time to try this delicious new-and-improved edible while it’s available for the introductory price of $4 + tax. Offer now extended until January 31, 2021.
All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Our entire soothing IncrediMeds Body Products line is 50% off from now until January 31, 2021. Let the relaxation commence!
All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Our delicious IncrediMeds Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups are 25% off from now until January 31, 2021.
All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Our melt-in-your-mouth IncrediMeds Milk Chocolate Covered Pretzels are 25% off from now until January 31, 2021.
All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

For a limited time only, all Green Cross Hoodies are on sale for the low price of $9 + tax. Limited sizing available. Now is a great time to stock up on your favorite cannabis gear!

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

$25 and under strains! The following 1/8th sun-grown strains are now available for $25 or less (tax included):

SG Abacus – Casa Humboldt (0.6% THC 17.7% CBD) – $20
SG Harley-Tsu – Casa Humboldt (0.7% THC 17.7% CBD) – $20
SG Gelato Cake – Potter Valley Farm (14.0% THC 0.0% CBD) – $25
SG Yidishness – Redwood Roots (18.2% THC 0.0% CBD) – $25
SG Squirt – Casa Humboldt (13.1% THC 0.0% CBD) – $25
SG 3 Bears OG – Tall Trees (17.0% THC 0.1% CBD) – $25
Strawberry Kush Pop Smalls – Poseidon Estate (25.0% THC 0.0% CBD) – $25

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Starting tomorrow, all drink products across all brands are 25% off until January 31, 2021.

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Starting January 8, 2021, purchase any Kingpen Cartridge and get a Kingpen Push Battery for only 1¢! Limit one per member per day.

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !
Effective immediately, purchase any Care By Design Cartridge and get a Care By Design Push Battery for only $1 + tax! Limit one per member per day.

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !
Price Drop Alert! We’ve lowered the prices on the following strains (tax included):

Blueberry Muffin – Casa Humboldt (18.0% THC 0.0% CBD) – $35
GH Pai Gow – Tall Trees (19.5% THC 0.0% CBD) – $35
Blueberry Muffin – Redwood Roots (19.0% THC 0.0% CBD) – $42
Neverland – Madrone (25.4% THC 0.0% CBD) – $48
Roc OG – Creme De Canna (22.8% THC 0.1% CBD) – $48
Ice Cream Cake – Redwood Roots (25.4% THC 0.0% CBD) – $50
House-Blended Ready-Go Mix – The Green Cross (16.6% THC 0.1% CBD) – $75
All Indoor 1/8ths – Alien Labs/Connected – $80

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Introducing our new Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels! Available for the low price of $18 + tax. Better yet – take an additional 25% off from now until January 31, 2021.

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Left to right:
LEUNE 0.5g Sol Berry PAX Era Pod – $38 + tax
LEUNE 0.5g Desert Gold PAX Era Pod – $38 + tax
LEUNE 0.5g Cloud Berry PAX Era Pod – $38 + tax
LEUNE 0.5g Naked Tangie PAX Era Live Resin Pod – $42 + tax
LEUNE 0.5g Piña Dream PAX Era Pod – $38 + tax

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Pictured:
Dime Bag Lemon Sweet ‘N Sour Tartz – $10 + tax
Dime Bag Cherry Sweet ‘N Sour Tartz – $10 + tax

Not pictured:
Blue Punch Sweet ‘N Sour Tartz – $10 + tax
Orange Sweet ‘N Sour Tartz – $10 + tax

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Pictured:
Sonder Cheers Queers Space Crystals – $10 + tax

Not pictured:
Sonder Pineapple Party Space Crystals – $10 + tax
Sonder Peachy Passion Space Crystals – $10 + tax
Sonder Stoned Fruit Space Crystals – $10 + tax

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !
Pictured:
Breez Sativa Extra-Strength Tablets – $58 + tax

Not pictured:
Breez Indica Extra-Strength Tablets – $58 + tax

Starting January 8, 2021, buy any Breez product and get a pre-selected Breez Single Dose Tablet for only 1¢! Limit one per member per day.

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Left to right:
Absolute Xtracts 1g Emerald OG Live Resin Sauce – $37 + tax
Absolute Xtracts .5g Dart Pineapple Afghani Live Resin Pod) – $41 + tax

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !

Left to right:
Papa’s Herb 1g Forbidden Fruit Vape Cartridge – $29 + tax
Papa’s Herb Push Button Battery – $12 + tax

Not pictured:
Papa’s Herb 1g GDP Vape Cartridge – $29 + tax
Papa’s Herb 1g Jack Herer Vape Cartridge – $29 + tax
Papa’s Herb 1g Lemonchello Vape Cartridge – $29 + tax

All products available while supplies last. For a full list of available products and pricing, please visit our Online Store Menu (www.thegreencross.org/menu.html) !
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As a reminder, The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/) offers special member parking at the former tire shop across the street, located at 4249 Mission Street (www.google.com/maps/place/4249+Mission+St,+San+Francisco,+CA+94112/@37.7293445,-122.4324786,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x808f7e898d1e31d9:0x9214855216aef0a8!8m2!3d37.7293445!4d-122.4302899) . Here are the current parking lot hours:

** Member Parking Lot Hours:
Monday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Tuesday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Thursday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Saturday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

New Year’s Day: 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM
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** Cannabis Goes From Stigmatized to Essential: 2020 in Review
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Even before the coronavirus pandemic defined the year, and perhaps a generation, 2020 was slated to be a time of reckoning for the cannabis industry. Humbled by an ongoing market correction and subsequent cash crunch, many cannabis companies faced a tough year ahead — even without a global pandemic to contend with.

Throughout the terrible lows of 2020, though, there were unexpected flickers of optimism. As this infamous year winds to a close, the industry will head into 2021 propelled by titanic shifts in the perception of cannabis in the U.S. and unprecedented political tailwinds. Read more » (cheddar.com/media/cannabis-goes-from-stigmatized-to-essential-2020-in-review)

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** California’s new Senator once did a PSA with Cheech Marin
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Earlier today California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state’s current secretary of state, Alex Padilla, will fill the vacancy left by Sen. Kamala Harris, who will be sworn in as Vice President Harris on Jan. 20, 2021.

The appointment bodes well for cannabis law reform on both the national and state level. Sen. Padilla is expected to offer at least equal support for legalization as Harris—if not more. As senator, Harris sponsored the broadest bill yet to end marijuana prohibition, the MORE Act. That bill would delete the type of marijuana crimes she once prosecuted as San Francisco District Attorney, and later as California State Attorney General. Read more » (www.leafly.com/news/politics/alex-padilla-marijuana-votes)

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** Congressional Ban On Mailing E-Cigarettes Appears To Cover Marijuana Vapes
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The House and Senate passed a large-scale spending bill on Monday that includes a provision to restrict how electronic cigarettes can be sold online and shipped—and it could have an impact on the marijuana industry, too.

The text of the proposal uses an expansive definition of what qualifies as an “electronic nicotine delivery system” that seems to include products that don’t even contain nicotine. Read more » (www.marijuanamoment.net/congressional-ban-on-mailing-e-cigarettes-appears-to-cover-marijuana-vapes/)

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** California on track to collect $1 billion in cannabis taxes in 2020
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California is on pace to collect $1 billion in taxes from licensed cannabis sales in 2020, even amid challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and a still thriving black market for it, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s senior adviser on cannabis business said Thursday.

The rate of legal sales has increased this year, and in the third quarter the state fetched $306.7 million in excise, cultivation and sales taxes, bringing the overall year-to-date total to $777 million, said Nicole Elliot, who delivered the keynote during a virtual regional cannabis conference sponsored by the North Bay Business Journal. Read more » (www.pressdemocrat.com/article/business/california-on-track-to-collect-1-billion-in-cannabis-taxes-in-2020/?fbclid=IwAR1oSrBoDcvPQFxMSSevYBg8_MKs1XgQyGQS4TGzP1Ix0FlsZm1ZyC4bMjs)

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** California cannabis companies will have to pivot, again, under new stay-at-home order
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Facing the prospect of a new stay-at-home order, California marijuana businesses might have to scramble yet again to stay in compliance with business restrictions designed to combat a surge in coronavirus infections.

The new order takes effect Saturday, and its restrictions will be implemented only if any of five specific California regions see ICU bed capacities drop below 15% – a threshold not yet met by the five regions. Read more » (mjbizdaily.com/california-cannabis-companies-will-have-to-pivot-again-under-new-stay-at-home-order/?fbclid=IwAR2HQRHap2XIcogV0r0a0XaxZ-nbrU8ammiOKzzuwnm8GXL-ikjgw6qxj-4)

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From all of us here at The Green Cross, we wish you happy New Year’s Eve and a joyous 2021! Please stop by and visit us at ** The Green Cross (www.thegreencross.org/)
soon!
Cheers,
Kevin Reed
Founder & President
The Green Cross

ABOUT THE GREEN CROSS
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