Garden Club: (6-13-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 13 June 2013 08:47
Four Seasons
The June 3 meeting of the Four Seasons Garden Club was held at the Home of Kathy Frederick. Members made cement patio stones with leaf impressions and then toured her flower gardens.
Roll call was answered by naming the member's problem insect.
Secretary and treasurer reports were accepted.
The club now has a Facebook page listed as Pemberville Four Seasons Garden Club.
It can be found at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pemberville-Four-Seasons-Garden-Club/499940013405458.
Planting was completed at the Pemberville Library. The plant Banana Cream Daisy was suggested as a plant for next year.
June 5 was set as the date for the club to do mulching at the library.
Free bamboo plants, pepper plants and a terrarium were available for anyone to take.
The following slate of officers was accepted for the 2013-14 year: Kathy Frederick and Nancy Fahle as joint presidents; Faye Schuerman, vice president; Trina Karns. secretary; and Ellen Walston, treasurer.
Frederick and Sharon Sattler served banana split cake, lemonade and iced tea for refreshments.
Lois Siek and Ruth Walters attended the Fostoria Garden Club "Guest NIte." The program was on time share for vegetable gardening by Wood Lane.
The July meeting will be at Jean Long's for a tour of her gardens and a program on drying flowers.
Reporter reminder
The Sentinel-Tribune will publish news of area garden clubs.
The secretary or designated reporter for clubs should submit information to Bill Ryan, the garden page editor at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Wednesday. For details, call (419) 352-4611.
 

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