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Ernie Masso’s Summer Cookout and POS year-end wrap-up

Marie Hageman
 

Ernie Masso’s Summer Cookout and the POS year-end wrap-up will be Sunday, July 28th, after 2pm.

He is continuing the tradition of generously welcoming both POS and SJOS to his beautiful grounds, located at 311 Oak Ave, Cherry Hill. 

You may remember that the club voted to have our year-end wrap-up at the July meeting, so we will be having the showtable presentations as well as elections at this party/meeting.

Ernie is providing a variety of entrées (ham, vegetarian lasagna, and chicken are planned)  & water and soft drinks. 

All attendees should bring:

1.     an appetizer, side dish, salad, additional entrée, or dessert to share. 

2.     any alcoholic beverages you’d like.

3.     a picnic/ folding chair for each person in your party. 

See you there.

Marie


greenhouse closing sale Saturday June 22nd

John DeGood
 

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: URGENT Message from the Ellison's
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 19:37:57 -0400
From: Amy Levengood <alevengood70@...>
To: all70@...


This is an urgent message from Jules and Elaine Ellison. They will be holding a final greenhouse closing sale on Saturday June 22nd from 10-4. (Rain date-June 23rd) Everything Must Go! Please see attachment for details. Contact Jules at the number below if you have any questions.

JULES ELLISON

1404 ASHBOURNE RD

ELKINS PARK, PA  19027

215 635 2737

Please share with your orchid society

Michael Jacob
 

FYI 

 

 

From: ODOM'S ORCHIDS <odomsorchids@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 9:07 AM
Subject: Please share with your orchid society

 

Odom’s Orchids 2019 Cattleya Symposium

 

Hello Everyone,  

             We here at Odom’s Orchids, Inc., would like to welcome you to join us for our 9th Annual Cattleya Symposium on August 1st through 3rd. Our Symposium is recognized as one of the premier orchid events of the year.  Attendees will be treated to a slate of world-class speakers discussing topics including Cattleya history, hybridizing, taxonomy and conservation.    

                           

This year’s lineup will include:

 

Jeff Bradley (Texas)

  • Rarest of the Rare

Ron Midgett (New Earth Orchids, New Mexico)

  • Breeding with Cattleya Horace ‘Maxima’ AM/AOS

Frank Smith (Krull-Smith Orchids, Florida)

  • Bifoliate Cattleyas

Kouji Degawa (Japan)

  • Premier examples of C. trianae and C. eldorado

Bill Thoms (Hilltop Orchids, Florida)

  • Growing Specimen Cattleyas

Francisco Miranda (Florida)

  • Conservation of Brazilian Laelias

Dr. Dean A Kopsell (Department Chair of Horticulture at the University of Florida)

  • Plant nutrition

Carol Holdren with Judy Bailey  (Florida)

  • AOS Awarded Cattleyas

This year our Symposium will conclude with AOS Orchid Judging.

You may bring plants for an AOS Judging team to evaluate. Symposium volunteers will help you to register your plant beginning Thursday evening at check-in at the Hampton and up until judging Saturday afternoon.

If you have any questions directly related to judging at the Symposium, please contact Carol Holdren at cjholdren@...

 

 The cost of the Symposium is $175.00 per person and our seating is limited to 140 attendees, so please register as soon as possible so you don’t miss out. We need everyone registered by Monday, July 22nd in order to prepare for each attendee.

 

Check-in is Thursday evening, August 1st at the Hampton Inn lobby starting at 3pm so everyone can get their name tag and Symposium booklet containing the schedule and other important information. Please plan to remain for an informal get-together for attendees and speakers with pizza delivered around 5:30.

 

The Symposium lectures will be held on Friday August 2nd and Saturday August 3rd at the University of Florida Indian River Research and Education Center in Fort Pierce, Florida from 8 am - 5pm. Lunch will be provided at the facility by Wild Thyme Catering.  

 

Friday evening at 7:30 in the Hampton lobby we will have an auction of Cattleya divisions. This is a great opportunity to add some classics to your collection and have a lot of fun outbidding your friends so don’t miss this!

The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) center has been very kind to allow us to host our Symposium with them every year. As some of our previous attendees know, there are some things we cannot control. It is usually cold in the building so please bring a sweater or jacket just in case. Also, we have no control over the overhead emergency lights – we cannot dim them. Lastly, they request that no food or drinks are brought into the auditorium. It is not up to us, this is a rule that we must abide by so that we may keep our privilege of using this facility. Please help us with this.

 

The Hampton Inn & Suites is our host hotel for this year’s Symposium, and we have made arrangements for special pricing for our guests. You will have a choice of $70 for a double queen or $90 for a king suite. They have guaranteed to hold 60 rooms for us under Odom’s Orchids until July 12th. The sooner you sign up, the more likely you will be guaranteed a room in the host hotel. 

 

We also have arrangements with Comfort Inn and Suites with a choice of double queens or king suites for $65. They are holding 20 rooms for us.

 

Group code: Orchid Symposium

 

Hampton Inn & Suites: 1985 Reynolds Drive, Fort Pierce, FL 34945

(772) 828-4100

Comfort Inn & Suites6505 Metal Drive, between I-95 & FL Turnpike,

Fort Pierce, FL 34945   (772) 409-1420

IFAS Address:

2199 S Rock Rd, Fort Pierce 34945

Odom’s Orchids, Inc.: 1611 S Jenkins Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34947

(772) 267-9459

 

http://www.odoms.com/cattleya-symposium-august-2-3-2018/

 

Thank you and looking forward to seeing you in August! 

John and Louise Odom

 

Jeanne Thompson – Symposium Coordinator
Odom's Orchids
1611 S. Jenkins Rd.
Ft. Pierce, FL. 34947
(772) 467-1386
www.odoms.com

 

Please make reservations with us and the hotel as soon as possible. If you plan to come, please call or email us so we can hold your spot. We will only be able to hold spots for a week pending payment.

If you have already registered, please disregard this message. Thank you.

 

URGENT! Jules and Elaine Ellison's Plant Collection

Michael Jacob
 

FYI 


Begin forwarded message:

From: Amy Levengood <alevengood70@...>
Date: May 31, 2019 at 8:30:56 PM EDT
To: all70@...
Subject: URGENT! Jules and Elaine Ellison's Plant Collection

Hello Fellow Orchidists!

Jules and Elaine will be moving to Cathedral Village and have only been permitted to add a small greenhouse to their apartment. As you would expect, the Ellison's have a load of good, established plants which they would like to get into the hands of those who would take good care of their “children”.  

There are two attachments to this email -  a letter with details from the Ellison's and the plant list.

The word is already out, so if you are interested it would be advised that you contact Jules and Elaine as soon as possible! Please feel free to share this with others who may also wish to take advantage of this special opportunity. 

Thanks,
Amy


Re: POS meeting Tuesday, June 4th!!

Marie Hageman
 

Sorry, for the cut and paste goof. May 7th has already passed.

The JUNE Meeting is Tues. June 4th.!!
Marie


From: Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...>
To: "pinelands@groups.io" <pinelands@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 5:34 PM
Subject: [pinelands] Pinelands Orchid Society meeting Tuesday, May 7th

Firstly: A huge THANK YOU to everyone who worked so hard to make the Annual Auction a success.

Reminder: The monthly meeting of the Pinelands Orchid Society will be held on Tuesday, June 4th, at Cadbury at Cherry Hill, (Oak Room), 2150 Route 38. (1/4 mile east of Cherry Hill Mall- on the West-bound side.) 7:30 PM

You may remember that the club voted to have our year-end wrap-up at the July meeting, at Ernie Masso’s beautiful grounds, so June’s meeting will be a regular-style meeting.

Tonight’s program will be Orchid-Themed Antiques and Collectables Road-Show and Tell.
We are borrowing a hugely successful Sandpiper Orchid Soc. event. Everyone is welcomed to bring your orchid-related, non-plant items: Jewelry, art, clothing, chinaware, mugs, books, etc.
We will show them in different categories and the owner is invited, though not required, to speak on its importance and/or history. Then we will vote on a winner.
Sandpiper Orchid Soc. Needed 5 tables to accommodate everything which was shown. Let’s see if we can bring even more.

If your last name begins with: E, F, G, or H, please bring a sweet or savory snack to share. (Drinks provided.) (The sandwiches which the club provides for the year-end wrap-up will be provided NEXT month when we have the wrap-up.)

Doors will open to accept Show Table Plants at 6:30 p.m. Remember: Show Table plants, along with their completed Show Table slips, must be on the Show Tables by 7:00 p.m. sharp in order to be eligible for judging!

Marie


Pinelands Orchid Society meeting Tuesday, May 7th

Marie Hageman
 

Firstly: A huge THANK YOU to everyone who worked so hard to make the Annual Auction a success.

Reminder: The monthly meeting of the Pinelands Orchid Society will be held on Tuesday, May 7th, at Cadbury at Cherry Hill, (Oak Room), 2150 Route 38. (1/4 mile east of Cherry Hill Mall- on the West-bound side.) 7:30 PM

You may remember that the club voted to have our year-end wrap-up at the July meeting, at Ernie Masso’s beautiful grounds, so June’s meeting will be a regular-style meeting.

Tonight’s program will be Orchid-Themed Antiques and Collectables Road-Show and Tell.
We are borrowing a hugely successful Sandpiper Orchid Soc. event. Everyone is welcomed to bring your orchid-related, non-plant items: Jewelry, art, clothing, chinaware, mugs, books, etc.
We will show them in different categories and the owner is invited, though not required, to speak on its importance and/or history. Then we will vote on a winner.
Sandpiper Orchid Soc. Needed 5 tables to accommodate everything which was shown. Let’s see if we can bring even more.

If your last name begins with: E, F, G, or H, please bring a sweet or savory snack to share. (Drinks provided.) (The sandwiches which the club provides for the year-end wrap-up will be provided NEXT month when we have the wrap-up.)

Doors will open to accept Show Table Plants at 6:30 p.m. Remember: Show Table plants, along with their completed Show Table slips, must be on the Show Tables by 7:00 p.m. sharp in order to be eligible for judging!

Marie

May 18th Health Expo - Pinelands Exhibitor Table

Rosanne Nunez
 

Per our discussions yesterday at our annual Auction, the
Health Expo is open to the public.

Pinelands will have an Exhibitor Table. Members interested can help at the Exhibitor Table talk about orchids, benefits of joining an orchid club & attract new members. Let me know if you’re available to help for 2 hours or stay as long as you want.

Several workshops at the Health Expo. You must register if you wish to attend.

REVISED Pinelands Orchid Society 2019 Auction List - Rev.pdf

Rosanne Nunez
 

Revised Plant List for your review.  

Several Specialty  Phalaenopsis  will be in the Silent Auction Table.   A wonderful gift for Mother’s Day! 


Date: May 6, 2019 at 12:49:24 PM EDT
To: "rosnun23@..." <rosnun23@...>
Subject: REVISED Pinelands Orchid Society 2019 Auction List - Rev.pdf

 

Reminder: Auction - Tuesday, May 7th Pinelands Orchid Soceity

Rosanne Nunez
 

Just a friendly reminder . . . .

The Annual Plant Auction of the Pinelands Orchid Society will be held on Tuesday, May 7th at 7:30 p.m.   Cadbury at Cherry Hill, (Oak Room). 2150 Route 38, Cherry Hill, NJ (1/4 mile east of Cherry Hill Mall- on the West-bound side.) 

See you Tuesday night!

Marie Hageman, President

Attached for your review the updated list with plant photos and Silent Auction Paphs, Specialty Phalaenopsis and the latest hybrid ‘broad lip.’



SILENT AUCTION PLANTS



Tuesday, May 7th--meeting /Annual Plant Auction

Marie Hageman
 

The monthly meeting of the Pinelands Orchid Society will be held on Tuesday, May 7th, at Cadbury at Cherry Hill, (Oak Room), 2150 Route 38. (1/4 mile east of Cherry Hill Mall- on the West-bound side.) 7:30 

This is our Annual Plant Auction. We will have no other club business tonight to allow the maximum time for the auction festivities.

Attached is a list of the plants donated so far. Last minute additions welcomed.

If you are donating plants, feel free to arrive early so we can set them up. I will be there at 6:30.

If your last name begins with: Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, W, Y, Z, A, B, C, or D, please bring a sweet or savory snack to share. (Drinks provided.) You’ll see that this is a larger group than usual, as we are expecting many guests. If your name does not fall into this group, you are also welcomed to bring a dish so that we have a nice, welcoming spread for our guests as well as our members who are working hard.

A huge THANK YOU to Christine Jacoby for being our compiler and creating these lists, and to Roseanne Nunez for her help and the printing, as well as to everyone who donates plants, and those who work hard this evening to make the auction a success.

Doors will open to accept Show Table Plants at 6:30 p.m. Remember: Show Table plants, along with their completed Show Table slips, must be on the Show Tables by 7:00 p.m. sharp in order to be eligible for judging!

See you there,
Marie

Re: Our Annual Plant Auction

Rosanne Nunez
 

Hello Bayard, 

Thank you for such a generous contribution. 

We will be promoting the Pinelands May Auction next weekend at a Camden County Garden Fair event in Cherry Hill.  This collection will generate big interest. Thank you! Thank you!

Rosanne 


On Apr 22, 2019, at 6:38 AM, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

What a collection! THANK YOU for your generous support.

Marie



From: Bayard Saraduke <bayard1@...>
To: pinelands@groups.io
Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2019 8:18 PM
Subject: Re: [pinelands] Our Annual Plant Auction

Here are Bayard’s plants:

1. Potinara Cutie Girl ‘Yoshiko’

2. Cattleya Horace ‘Maxima’

3. Trichopilia suavis

4. Calanthe Grouville ‘Madeline’

5. Blc. Dora Louise Capen ‘Lea’

6. Dendrobium cinnabarinum

7. Lycaste Chita Impulse ‘Waterford’

8. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Awarded Plant)

9. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Plant)

10. Habenaria Kaokeri ‘Waterford’ (formerly Habenaria Regnieri)

11. Cymbidium Milton Carpenter ‘Everglades Gold’

12. Cattleya trianae ‘Cashen’s’ (clone)

13. Habenaria rhodocheila (Orange form)

14. Blc. Ruth Gee ‘Diamond Jubilee’

15. Laelia perrinii

16. Renanthera Bill Crocker ‘Nancy’

17. Dendrobium kingianum

18. Paphiopedilum Chou-Yi Yuki

19. Cattleya Mary Lyn McKenzie ‘Nature’s Masterpiece’ (Original Plant)

20. Cattleya gaskelliana ‘Waterford’

21. Blc. Goldenzelle ‘Lemon Chiffon’ (Original Plant)

22. Slc. Misty Girl ‘Royal Queen’ (Original Awarded Plant)

23. Potinara Brighton’s Bobbie ‘Elizabeth’

24. Cattleya Lucille Small ‘Marshall’

25. Cattleya eldorado ‘M. Ito’

26. Lc. Culminant ‘La Tuilerie’ (Original Plant)

27. Brassia (King Kong x Datacosa)

28. Aerangis luteo-alba var. rhodosticta


On Apr 18, 2019, at 6:35 AM, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

Reminder, our Annual Plant Auction is coming up MAY 7th.
Please send a list of the plants you are donating to this group so everyone can have a sneak-peak of what will be available and our compiler can make the list for printing.

We still need a volunteer to compile the donations into a list to be printed, which makes following the auction easier. If you can do this, please reply here or email me privately.
Thanks, 
Marie


Re: Our Annual Plant Auction

Marie Hageman
 

What a collection! THANK YOU for your generous support.

Marie



From: Bayard Saraduke <bayard1@...>
To: pinelands@groups.io
Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2019 8:18 PM
Subject: Re: [pinelands] Our Annual Plant Auction

Here are Bayard’s plants:

1. Potinara Cutie Girl ‘Yoshiko’

2. Cattleya Horace ‘Maxima’

3. Trichopilia suavis

4. Calanthe Grouville ‘Madeline’

5. Blc. Dora Louise Capen ‘Lea’

6. Dendrobium cinnabarinum

7. Lycaste Chita Impulse ‘Waterford’

8. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Awarded Plant)

9. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Plant)

10. Habenaria Kaokeri ‘Waterford’ (formerly Habenaria Regnieri)

11. Cymbidium Milton Carpenter ‘Everglades Gold’

12. Cattleya trianae ‘Cashen’s’ (clone)

13. Habenaria rhodocheila (Orange form)

14. Blc. Ruth Gee ‘Diamond Jubilee’

15. Laelia perrinii

16. Renanthera Bill Crocker ‘Nancy’

17. Dendrobium kingianum

18. Paphiopedilum Chou-Yi Yuki

19. Cattleya Mary Lyn McKenzie ‘Nature’s Masterpiece’ (Original Plant)

20. Cattleya gaskelliana ‘Waterford’

21. Blc. Goldenzelle ‘Lemon Chiffon’ (Original Plant)

22. Slc. Misty Girl ‘Royal Queen’ (Original Awarded Plant)

23. Potinara Brighton’s Bobbie ‘Elizabeth’

24. Cattleya Lucille Small ‘Marshall’

25. Cattleya eldorado ‘M. Ito’

26. Lc. Culminant ‘La Tuilerie’ (Original Plant)

27. Brassia (King Kong x Datacosa)

28. Aerangis luteo-alba var. rhodosticta


On Apr 18, 2019, at 6:35 AM, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

Reminder, our Annual Plant Auction is coming up MAY 7th.
Please send a list of the plants you are donating to this group so everyone can have a sneak-peak of what will be available and our compiler can make the list for printing.

We still need a volunteer to compile the donations into a list to be printed, which makes following the auction easier. If you can do this, please reply here or email me privately.
Thanks, 
Marie


Re: Our Annual Plant Auction

Bob and Sherron Davis
 

Bayard, You are such a generous soul! Your donations will keep us afloat! We miss seeing you at the meetings! sherron Davis
 
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Bayard Saraduke <bayard1@...>
To: pinelands <pinelands@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Apr 21, 2019 8:18 pm
Subject: Re: [pinelands] Our Annual Plant Auction

Here are Bayard’s plants:

1. Potinara Cutie Girl ‘Yoshiko’

2. Cattleya Horace ‘Maxima’

3. Trichopilia suavis

4. Calanthe Grouville ‘Madeline’

5. Blc. Dora Louise Capen ‘Lea’

6. Dendrobium cinnabarinum

7. Lycaste Chita Impulse ‘Waterford’

8. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Awarded Plant)

9. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Plant)

10. Habenaria Kaokeri ‘Waterford’ (formerly Habenaria Regnieri)

11. Cymbidium Milton Carpenter ‘Everglades Gold’

12. Cattleya trianae ‘Cashen’s’ (clone)

13. Habenaria rhodocheila (Orange form)

14. Blc. Ruth Gee ‘Diamond Jubilee’

15. Laelia perrinii

16. Renanthera Bill Crocker ‘Nancy’

17. Dendrobium kingianum

18. Paphiopedilum Chou-Yi Yuki

19. Cattleya Mary Lyn McKenzie ‘Nature’s Masterpiece’ (Original Plant)

20. Cattleya gaskelliana ‘Waterford’

21. Blc. Goldenzelle ‘Lemon Chiffon’ (Original Plant)

22. Slc. Misty Girl ‘Royal Queen’ (Original Awarded Plant)

23. Potinara Brighton’s Bobbie ‘Elizabeth’

24. Cattleya Lucille Small ‘Marshall’

25. Cattleya eldorado ‘M. Ito’

26. Lc. Culminant ‘La Tuilerie’ (Original Plant)

27. Brassia (King Kong x Datacosa)

28. Aerangis luteo-alba var. rhodosticta


On Apr 18, 2019, at 6:35 AM, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

Reminder, our Annual Plant Auction is coming up MAY 7th.
Please send a list of the plants you are donating to this group so everyone can have a sneak-peak of what will be available and our compiler can make the list for printing.

We still need a volunteer to compile the donations into a list to be printed, which makes following the auction easier. If you can do this, please reply here or email me privately.
Thanks, 
Marie

Re: Our Annual Plant Auction

Bayard Saraduke
 

Here are Bayard’s plants:

1. Potinara Cutie Girl ‘Yoshiko’

2. Cattleya Horace ‘Maxima’

3. Trichopilia suavis

4. Calanthe Grouville ‘Madeline’

5. Blc. Dora Louise Capen ‘Lea’

6. Dendrobium cinnabarinum

7. Lycaste Chita Impulse ‘Waterford’

8. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Awarded Plant)

9. Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ (Original Plant)

10. Habenaria Kaokeri ‘Waterford’ (formerly Habenaria Regnieri)

11. Cymbidium Milton Carpenter ‘Everglades Gold’

12. Cattleya trianae ‘Cashen’s’ (clone)

13. Habenaria rhodocheila (Orange form)

14. Blc. Ruth Gee ‘Diamond Jubilee’

15. Laelia perrinii

16. Renanthera Bill Crocker ‘Nancy’

17. Dendrobium kingianum

18. Paphiopedilum Chou-Yi Yuki

19. Cattleya Mary Lyn McKenzie ‘Nature’s Masterpiece’ (Original Plant)

20. Cattleya gaskelliana ‘Waterford’

21. Blc. Goldenzelle ‘Lemon Chiffon’ (Original Plant)

22. Slc. Misty Girl ‘Royal Queen’ (Original Awarded Plant)

23. Potinara Brighton’s Bobbie ‘Elizabeth’

24. Cattleya Lucille Small ‘Marshall’

25. Cattleya eldorado ‘M. Ito’

26. Lc. Culminant ‘La Tuilerie’ (Original Plant)

27. Brassia (King Kong x Datacosa)

28. Aerangis luteo-alba var. rhodosticta


On Apr 18, 2019, at 6:35 AM, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

Reminder, our Annual Plant Auction is coming up MAY 7th.
Please send a list of the plants you are donating to this group so everyone can have a sneak-peak of what will be available and our compiler can make the list for printing.

We still need a volunteer to compile the donations into a list to be printed, which makes following the auction easier. If you can do this, please reply here or email me privately.
Thanks, 
Marie

Re: Auction in just over 2 weeks

Christine Jacoby
 

I won't be back in town but I have offered to help my friends back East with the auction list :-)

On April 20, 2019 at 9:22 AM "Kathleen Harvey via Groups.Io" <harveyke@...> wrote:

Is Christine back in town for the auction? John and I will be there. 

Warmest Regards,
Kathleen Harvey
609-792-3908


On Saturday, April 20, 2019, 10:50:13 AM EDT, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:


The auction is our biggest fundraiser to gain the money we need to pay our expenses of speaker fees and room rental. Please help your club by giving as many plants as you can. We’ll also gladly accept other-than-orchid plants. J

A huge THANK YOU to Christine Jacoby for volunteering to compile the donations into a list for our auction!!!
Please send your list of donations to her for inclusion at: roji@... 

THANK YOU to everyone who donates.

See you soon,
 
Marie


 


 

Re: Auction in just over 2 weeks

Kathleen Harvey
 

Is Christine back in town for the auction? John and I will be there. 

Warmest Regards,
Kathleen Harvey
609-792-3908


On Saturday, April 20, 2019, 10:50:13 AM EDT, Marie Hageman via Groups.Io <mdhageman1@...> wrote:


The auction is our biggest fundraiser to gain the money we need to pay our expenses of speaker fees and room rental. Please help your club by giving as many plants as you can. We’ll also gladly accept other-than-orchid plants. J

A huge THANK YOU to Christine Jacoby for volunteering to compile the donations into a list for our auction!!!
Please send your list of donations to her for inclusion at: roji@... 

THANK YOU to everyone who donates.

See you soon,
Marie

Auction in just over 2 weeks

Marie Hageman
 

The auction is our biggest fundraiser to gain the money we need to pay our expenses of speaker fees and room rental. Please help your club by giving as many plants as you can. We’ll also gladly accept other-than-orchid plants. J

A huge THANK YOU to Christine Jacoby for volunteering to compile the donations into a list for our auction!!!
Please send your list of donations to her for inclusion at: roji@... 

THANK YOU to everyone who donates.

See you soon,
Marie

April 27th Garden Fair

Rosanne Nunez
 

Pinelands will have a Table at the Camden County Green Garden Fair on April 27th. We are looking for volunteers to help promote the club, May Auction and talk about orchids in general.

Please let me know if you are available Saturday, April 27th. You can help for an hour or two or stay as long as you want, enjoy the interesting speakers at the Fair, food Vendors, food demonstrations, educational garden tour or shop plants grown by Rutgers Master Growers.

Please contact me directly at 609-314-8800 or via email.

Rosanne
rosnun23@...

Our Annual Plant Auction

Marie Hageman
 

Reminder, our Annual Plant Auction is coming up MAY 7th.
Please send a list of the plants you are donating to this group so everyone can have a sneak-peak of what will be available and our compiler can make the list for printing.

We still need a volunteer to compile the donations into a list to be printed, which makes following the auction easier. If you can do this, please reply here or email me privately.
Thanks, 
Marie

Re: Officers Elections

Marie Hageman
 

Hi David. 
Nice to chat to a fellow orchid club officer.

I can tell you that I have a program, "Duplicitous  Seduction Amongst the Orchids", with the tagline, "Employing an array of deviously enticing, but empty, promises, orchids are called the “Agent Provocateurs” of the plant kingdom."

I know of several club members who do have programs, but I don't want to unfairly mention some and omit others.

I'm sure your posting will bring responses from those who are willing to speak for your group.

Looks like we should have a listing on our website. Do you have such a listing?

Thanks, 
Marie




From: DAVID CARRICK <dcarrick@...>
To: pinelands@groups.io
Sent: Monday, April 1, 2019 10:19 PM
Subject: Re: [pinelands] Officers Elections

Mi Marie,

I am the Program Chair at the Bucks County Orchid Society and am looking for speakers for the coming year.  Would there be any members at Pinelands that would be interested in speaking later this year or next?

Thanks
David Carrick
BCOS
6098654797
dcarrick@...
On March 27, 2019 at 7:01 AM "Marie Hageman via Groups.Io" <mdhageman1@...> wrote:

We need a few members who haven't been officers in a while, or have never been yet, to fill some open positions.
Please let me know what office you'd like to fill either as a reply, or privately using my personal email: mdhageman1@...
Thanks,Marie