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Treat your student with a “Surprise Someone Gifts from Home” care package

September 25, 2014 | Todd Lanning

Want to surprise your student with something special? We can help. Desserts, candy, fruit, balloons — we can deliver just about anything to your student. Here are our prices for larger items, such as cakes, cookie platters and bouquets:

  • Birthday Cake or BIG Cookie (8” Round, will feed 10) – $15.99
  • Birthday Cake (1/2 sheet) – $35.00
  • Decorated Holiday or Specialty Cookies – $12 per dozen
  • Homemade Baked Breads (Poppy Seed, Lemon, Banana, Cranberry-Orange) – $7.50 per loaf 
  • Bar cookies (lots of flavors to choose from) – $11 per dozen
  • Fruit or Veggie tray (Serves 10) – $25.00
  • Birthday Deluxe Basket (10” cake, balloon bouquet, card & $10 gift card – your choice) – $50.00
  • Balloon Bouquet (1 Mylar & 3 Latex) – $12.00
  • Birthday Party Package (for parties of 20: 1/2 sheet cake, balloon bouquet, soda, $10 gift card, pizza for 20, card & invitation) – $125.00
  • Fresh Rose Bouquet in Vase – $45.00 per dozen

If you are interested in a custom order, we are happy to price it out for you. Some baskets we have done in the past are:

  • “Get well” baskets of fresh fruit, bottled juices, chicken soup, etc.
  • Easter baskets of candy, treats and a chocolate bunny
  • Valentines baskets with heart-shaped cookies, candy and a Mylar balloon

Other items that we can deliver:

  • Muffins
  • Bottled juice
  • Apples
  • Oranges
  • Bananas
  • Balloon bouquets
  • Bottled waters
  • Vitamin water
  • Candy bars or any kind of candy
  • Gift cards for restaurants or stores of your choice
  • Gas cards or anything else you would want

To order

To place your order, email Mary Ann Gann at gannm@evangel.edu, or call (417) 865-2815, etc. 7252.

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