Dick Kinzalow, center, is presented with a gift of appreciation by Four Seasons Garden Club hostesses Katrina Casteel, left, and Donna Taylor, right.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-09-17 16:35:00)
Source: The Herald-News
Ten members of the Four Seasons Garden Club met on the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 10, at Kinzalow Gardens on Dayton Mountain. Mr. Kinzalow led the group on a comprehensive walking tour around the property, describing his many unusual trees and plants. Of special interest were his massive bamboo plantings, kiwi vines bearing fruit and interesting specimen trees such as unusual species of magnolia.
The tour concluded at the swimming pool where refreshments were served and the club’s business meeting took place. Among the topics discussed was the upcoming Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs District 3 meeting, which will be held in Dayton for the very first time. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 17, at the First United Methodist Church. The speaker will be Sally Wencel, Cumberland Trail representative and Wild Ones Native Plant member and the topic will be “Creating Curb Appeal with Native Plants.” Luncheon for the District 3 meeting will be catered by Cafe Pascale Deli and Bakery.
Four Seasons Garden Club will celebrate its 50th anniversary next April. A special event is being planned with Marcia Crews chairing the committee and Donna Taylor as co-chair.
Four Seasons Garden Club will again donate a decorated tree to the Rhea-diant Holiday Celebration to be held in November. This year’s theme is “The Magic of Christmas” and the money raised will fund a new digital EKG for the emergency room at Rhea Medical Center.
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