Cynthia Klebonis, of CPK Floral Designs in Leesburg, again has partnered with the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter to provide Valentine’s Day rose bud vases and chocolate candy to the women and children residing at the shelter.
Klebonis started her home-based floral studio in 2016 with a focus on fresh and faux floral, plants and trees for weddings and events. Now a certified floral designer with the American Institute of Floral Designers, Klebonis offers floral arranging workshops at area restaurants, wineries and breweries.
Klebonis said she enjoys contributing through community service by coordinating floral projects that make a difference in women’s lives and show them that their community cares. “Working with fresh flowers is a passion that truly makes me happy, so I am passing along the inspiration as a caring friend and neighbor to women going through a rough patch,” Klebonis said.
This year, Klebonis received a donation of roses for her project from Metro Flower Market in Chantilly, as well monetary contributions from community members.
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