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Dallas Arboretum Flower Show, March 13, 2020

Sunnyvale Garden Club participated in multiple ways at theFlower Show.  Here we are as Clerks. Two of us were assigned to each Judge Friday morning, March 13, 2020.
This picture shows Robin McMahan, center, judge, with two SGC clerks, Jonie Johnson on the left, and Sandra Frank, on the right.
Ginny Hales Croton plant was eye catching at Registration table.
Table for two entry.
Ginny Hale’s  “Macho Fern” won first place fern for its category.
Laurie Sparhawk won first place . Cutting from plant exchange. Georgia D. Brought to  March mtg.
This stunning entry won first place – Texas HighwaysTexas Prairie.
Texas Highways or Texas Prairie, 
 Second place winner showing yellow roses and daffodils.
Stunning and dramatic entry in the Texas Highway Category.I don’t have the final picture of how it placed.
Close up view of the colorful “Fairy Garden” entry with cute door openings
“Fairy Gardens” entry.
Brenda Walker won First Place!
This is Laurie Sparhawk’s birdhouse entry!
Stunning! Creative! Amazing! Charming!
There wood block even swivels.
Fairy Garden one of five entries.
This creative entry was prepared by Bobbie Mason, Dallas Council  Member!
The green bells o’ Ireland were dubbed as Jackalope” ears from the Texas Highway/Prairie.  It had an unusual stand.
The daffodil exhibit and details of each category entry.
This is taken approaching the DeGolyer Estate.
Beautiful up close shot of the Tulips!
 Arboretum’s fabulous Walk of Tulips!
Mother & Child Statue

The fountain and mother and child sculpture

Pictures from John Bunker Sands Wetlands Center – Oct. 8, 2019

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Wetland Center Field Trip

Hey, Ladies!

Let’s go to the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center! Our field trip is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8, 2019. We will gather at Town Hall around 9:00 a.m. and leave for the Wetland Center by 9:20 a.m. That will put us at John Bunker Sands at 10:00 a.m. when our tour will begin. We will have two hours at the Center and have lunch at 12:00 p.m. The weather is supposed to cool off so it may be a lovely day for a picnic.

Tickets for the Center are $10; therefore, if we take a sack lunch, the trip won’t be too expensive. The center has water; I can bring bottles of tea. If you have a special drink, you may want to bring it.

RSVP TO EITHER LAURIE OR ME IF YOU PLAN TO GO. THE CENTER NEEDS A COUNT TO MAKE SURE THEY HAVE ENOUGH MATERIALS AND DOCENTS TO TAKE US AROUND.

Looking forward to it.

Regards,

Mary

Program Committee

Laurie Sparhawk sparhawkproperties@gmail.com

Mary Whitehurst mary@mwhitehurstdesigns.com


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Sunnyvale Garden Club Fundraiser Event ~ September 19, 2019


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September 12, 2019 Meeting

Located at the Sunnyvale Town Hall, 127 N. Collins, at 6:00 pm.

We will discussing status reports from committees, but visitors are always welcome and embraced!

Members will need to bring their Raffle Items, Sales Items and Door Prizes to this meeting. You will also need to turn in any unsold tickets for sales at the door for our event on September 19th.