Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Mother's Day, Wellhaven Offers Gifts for Great-Grandmothers, Grandmothers, and Mothers - 3 Generations of Moms

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May 2008 is the 100th anniversary of the formal celebration Mother's Day. In 1908 there were two events held - one in Philadelphia, PA and another in Grafton, WV. Today, Wellhaven, a suburban Philadelphia company, offers unique gifts that help families show appreciation for Mom, Grandma and Great-Grandmother.

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That is the spirit of Mother's Day Anna Jarvis, founder of the Mother's Day holiday, was trying to create.

In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Mother's Day, Wellhaven is offering Gifts for Great-Grandmothers, Grandmothers, and Mothers - 3 Generations of Moms.

"One hundred years ago, Anna Jarvis launched a national campaign to celebrate Mother's Day. Who would have thought that a century later it could include three generations of moms?" remarked Patricia Curry, founder of Wellhaven Gifts for Seniors ( http://www.wellhaven.com ). "We are pleased to offer gifts for great-grandmothers, expanding upon our line of unique gifts for mothers and grandmothers."

Presenting a meaningful gift with lasting memories is the focus of Wellhaven's Mother's Day gift selection. "We hope that the sentiments on the Mother's Day gifts we offer encourage children and grandchildren to express their appreciation for all that their mothers and grandmothers have done for them," said Curry. "That is the spirit of Mother's Day Anna Jarvis, founder of the Mother's Day holiday, was trying to create."

Wellhaven, LLC is a female-owned small business founded in 2002 by baby boomer entrepreneur, Patricia Curry. The company offers useful and unique gifts for not only Mother's Day, but also milestone celebrations and products that enable easier everyday living.

See Wellhaven's selection of useful and unique Mother's Day gifts spanning three generations at http://www.wellhaven.com/giftsforher.

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