Morenci Garden Club 2012.04.04

Written by David Green.

Anyone who has a love of gardening is invited to attend the Morenci Garden Club’s first meeting for 2012, scheduled at 7 p.m. April 17, at the First Congregational Church, located at 104 W. Locust St. 

Audrey Wegner, superintendent of the Lenawee County Fair Horticultural Department, is the guest speaker. She will discuss the requirements for individual and club floral entries at the county fair.

The group has planned a new fund raiser, a Geranium Sale, scheduled at 9 p.m. May 12, at the former depot on Main Street. Club members will sell large six-inch plants in pink, red, white and salmon for $7 each. To pre-order, contact any garden club member or call 458-7237 or send a request via e-mail to [email protected]

The flowers will be ordered from Bean Creek Garden Center on April 18. Profits will be used to benefit the downtown beautification projects.

 The club is also planning a community plant exchange again this year, along with a container garden competition. Details will be made available at a later date.

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    LEARNING THE ROPES—Kristy Castillo (left), co-owner of Mane Street Salon, works with Kendal Kuhn as Sierra Orner takes a phone call. The two Morenci Area High School juniors spent Friday at the salon as part of a job shadowing experience.
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    IN THE FIELD—2004 Morenci graduate Kayse Onweller works in a test plot of wheat in Texas. She’s part of Bayer CropScience’s North American wheat breeding program based in Nebraska, where she completed post-graduate work in plant breeding and genetics.
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    REFEREE Camden Miller raises the hand of Morenci Jr. Dawgs wrestler Ryder Ryan as his opponent leaves the mat in disappointment. Morenci’s youth wrestling program served as host for a tournament Saturday morning to raise money for the club. Additional photos are on the back page.
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    SHERWOOD STATE Bank opened its Fayette office at a grand opening Friday morning, drawing a large crowd to view the renovated building. Above, Burt Blue talks to teller Cindy Funk, while his wife, Jackie, looks around the new office. The Blues missed the opening and took a quick tour on Tuesday. Few traces remain of the former grocery store and theater, however, part of the original brick wall still shows in the hallway leading to the back of the building. The drive-through window should be ready for customers later in the month.
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    CARRYING—Riley Terry (blue jacket) and Mason Vaughn lead the way, carrying an empty casket outside to the hearse waiting at the curb. Morenci juniors and seniors visited Eagle Funeral Home last week to learn about the role of a funeral director and to understand the process of arranging for a funeral.
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    MORENCI student Dalton McCowan puts everything into a dead lift attempt Saturday morning during the Wyseguy Push/Pull event. Lifters helped raise more than $1,600 for the family of the late Devin Wyse, a former Morenci power-lifter who graduated last year. Commemorative T-shirts are still available by contacting teacher Dan Hoffman.
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    FROM THE LEFT, Landon Wilkins, Ryan White and Logan Blaker try out their artistic skills Saturday afternoon at the Morenci PTO’s first Date to Create event. More than 50 people showed up to create decorated planks of wood to hang from rope. The event served as a fund-raiser for miscellaneous PTO projects. Additional photos are on the back of this week’s Observer.

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