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Garden Club: Last meeting until September

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On Thursday, May 7, at 11:30 a.m., the Madison Garden Club came together for their monthly meeting. Newly elected chaplain, Mina Bloodworth, presented flowers to the 2015-2017 Garden Club officers: Muriel Odom as Treasurer, Esther Decker as Secretary, Catherine Cassidy as Vice President and Susan Mohnen as President. The Garden Club had two special guest speakers: Ecological Horticulturist Jeff Norcini, PhD, of ecoHort, LLC and Jessica Wynn of Wynn Daylily Garden. Norcini talked about all the varieties of wildflowers that are available in Florida, all the way from sunflowers to cowpoisons. Wynn spoke about the variety of daylilies that they offer at Wynn’s Daylily Garden in Hamilton County. The Garden Club is taking their summer break, but will be back in September. They meet at the Woman's Club building on Lakeshore Drive, next to Lake Frances and beside Burns Funeral Home.

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