Search Omemee Pigeon eFlyer
Custom Search

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Omemee Hort : Aging Gracefully While #Gardening

September 16th, 2013 Omemee Meeting Plus Show!

Sept. 16, Omemee Horticulture meeting welcomes you to hear Guest Speakers Gary and Dianne Westlake and enjoy a photography and flower show at Trinity United Church , King Street W. Omemee beginning at  7:30pm All Welcome!

Omemeee Horticulture Meeting Features Avid Senior Gardeners

Speaker Information: Following retirement, Gary met and married Dianne, who had been a teacher in Havelock, and they moved to Peterborough. The two of them look after an acre of property on a hill overlooking the city. They decided to join the Master Gardeners 10 years ago on Dianne's suggestion (Gary says Dianne is the brains of the operation). Master Gardeners, are volunteers, who help other gardeners and in doing so the Master Gardeners improve their own skills and knowledge. For a couple of years,  Gary was a Director on the board of Master Gardeners of Ontario. Dianne is the Coordinator for the Peterborough and Area Master Gardeners and Dianne and Gary are the Editors of the Master Gardeners of Ontario Newsletter. Both are past presidents of Horticultural Societies and Dianne is on the board of OHA District 4 and is editor of the District 4 newsletter.
They will tell you that they are also old - or oldish and have been gardening for a long time. Over the years their garden has changed to suit their tastes and capabilities. Very few gardens outlive their gardeners so it is best to enjoy the activity of gardening rather than trying to create a finished garden. Dianne and Gary will suggest some strategies for growing old with your garden gracefully. See more info at http://www.omemeeblooms.ca. --

Are you an email subscriber? Thanks! Subscribers help keep our paper flying! Every page view helps! Remember to send a free subscription to all your friends!

Thanks!
Suzanne Sholer B.A. B.Ed.
editor,

Omemee and Area News 4 U
Get Your Free email Subscription at
Twitter:@Omemee4U

No comments:

Post a Comment

TERMS OF USE

Those who post comments are accountable for the opinions they express, and the accuracy of the information they furnish. While we encourage writers to utilize this service on our site, we also strongly suggest they treat it as public forum where good taste counts. We reserve the right to decline for approval objectionable material from this site.

Writers that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments - such as racist language, threats or comments unrelated to the story - will not be approved. Also, entries that are unsigned or signatures by someone other than the actual writer will not be approved.

While writers can still post anonymously, we strongly suggest that they do not do so.

Opinions, guidance and other information expressed in Omemee Pigeon eFlyer comments and by contributors to the Omemee Pigeon eFlyer, represent the individuals'; own views and are not necessarily those of the Omemee Pigeon eFlyer. The Omemee Pigeon eFlyer furnishes this type of forum and does not endorse and is not accountable for statements or advice from anyone other than an designated Omemee Pigeon eFlyer spokesperson.

F.A.Q.

(Frequently Asked Questions) Choose your favourite and send a letter to the editor. 1. Why isn't this paper being run on a "dot com"? 2. Who is running this paper? 3. Why do you have Google ads on here? 4. Where can I get a print copy of this paper? 5. How can I help make this paper even better? 6.I'd like to buy you a coffee.Where can I send a donation? Thanks! Every bit helps!

Who Reads Omemee Pigeon eFlyer?

You do! Most readers are from our direct area,but people the world over do read Omemee Pigeon eFlyer. We currently have over 2,000 accounts getting our headlines,and almost 100 daily email subscribers. Not bad for a little eZine just starting out. We are especially excited about the writers joining in this project!

Come Tweet Us!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... Google+