“HOLIDAY BLOOMS” Flower Show a Huge Success



The Navesink Garden Clubs’ Small Standard Flower Show titled “Holiday Blooms” was a huge success and visited by many garden enthusiasts at The Atrium at 40 Riverside Avenue in Red Bank. Featuring both Design and Horticulture Divisions, a total of 107 ribbons were awarded. Marina Kerber won the Designer’s Choice Award for her “Happy New Year” design. Bernice Maguire received 11 horticulture awards including an Award of Merit and received a first place blue ribbon for her “Thanksgiving Day” design. Ronnie Lander won 5 horticultural awards including the Arboreal Award and received a second place red ribbon for her “Thanksgiving Day” design . Pam Marhan garnered a first place blue ribbon and Melanie Straniero a second place red ribbon for their “Merry Christmas” design entries. Theresa Johnson won


second place for her “Happy New Year” design and received 11 horticultural ribbons. Joanne Mallon received two Awards of Merit for horticulture. Additional winners in the Horticulture Division were Yoko Ikura, Janine Voell , Pat Wotton, Betty Lou Berger, Bernadette Kelly, and April Qin. Additional awards in the Design Division were presented to Judy Alberse, Yoko Ikura, Betty Lou Berger, Pam Sutton and Dian Woodroffe and Joanne Mallon.


The Navesink Garden Club invites all who are interested in horticulture and design to attend one of their meetings. You don’t need to be a “gardener” to enjoy a warm and friendly welcome and learn about the interesting projects the club engages in. Meetings are held at 10 a.m. on the second Tuesday of the month from September to June at The Atrium, 40 Riverside Ave., Red Bank. For additional information, visit http://www.navesinkgardenclub.org or contact Membership Chair, Joanne, at ngcnjpublicity1@gmail.com



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