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Lake Waynoka Garden Club to tour Findlay Market

The Lake Waynoka Garden Club has an active schedule for the month of July. The club will tour the garden of Bill and Margie Ellis at 408 Free Soil Road in Georgetown. The tour and meeting will begin at 7 p.m. July 9. Those who wish to car pool, should be at the Lodge parking lot 6:30 p.m. July 9.

Bill and Margie Ellis have been avid gardeners for years. Their garden is beautifully landscaped and has been visited by many groups in the past. There are many perennials, hostas, flowers and a wide variety of shrubs and trees all carefully planted among beautiful garden architecture. They are both active members of the Georgetown Thyme Will Tell Garden Club.

The garden club will be having lunch and touring Findlay Market on Race Street in Cincinnati 1 p.m. Friday, July 31. Those who wish to car pool, meet at the Lodge parking lot 11:30 a.m.

The garden club has designed a new logo with the assistance of AJ Hartley. Garden club t-shirts with the new logo should be available soon for purchase.

The club had about 30 people attend the June meeting on Growing and Using Herbs. All are welcome to attend. All activities of the garden club are open to the public and free of charge. Programs, held every year from March through August, include a wide variety of topics dealing with gardens, landscaping and aspects of growing and nurturing plants. Currently over 90 people have joined the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lakewaynokagardenclub.

Call 937-205-7916 for more information about the garden club and programs.

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