Gateway Garden Club met earlier this month and discussed deer repellant
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The Gateway Garden Club met Wednesday, Aug. 8 at Ramon Oliver’s Cabin for their regular monthly meeting. Tom Malmer called the meeting to order due to the absence of club president, Jan Malmer. Minutes were read by Becky Oliver and Julie Smith made the motion to approve them as read. The motion carried. Kathie Dietrich gave the treasurer report and Becky Oliver made the motion to file it as given. Motion carried. Money for Penny Pines was collected. Barb Larson gave the club her winning money form her R.R.R. state award. The Audubon District Meeting on October 15 in Madisonville was discussed. The application form for the Landscape Design School to be held in Bowling Green in September was given out. Jim Mullen is co-chairman for this educational school. Anyone interested in attending may call Jim for more information or to pick up a form at the UK Extension Office.

The club received a letter from former member Carole Nickles. The thank you note from Friends of Lake Barkley was read and Barb Larson reported the plants that were stolen, were replaced by Do It Best Hardware Store. Gateway Garden Club met and cleaned the Blue Star Garden on August 1.

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