AHS Region 2/Great Lakes Newsletter
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By Bill Johannes
By Shirley Toney
MCDS continues to thrive due to the hard work of our
Shirley Toney wants everyone to know the IDIS schedule
leadership and a membership averaging around 250. Thanks
for the next few months.
to Sharon Fitzpatrick's contacts with the media, the 2002
May 7 Meeting 7 9:30 pm
Flower Show drew a record crowd of more than 500.
June 3 ....................... Meeting 7 9:30pm
The public plant sale in August was just as successful,
July 5 .......................
Daylily Show
 8 am to 4 pm; open
raising over $8100 with thousands of fans donated by
to public: 1 4 pm
many members, especially longtime member, Bob Shaver.
July 6 ....................... Daylily Bus Tour to Kentucky
Two guest plant auctions were held for members during
August 5 .................. Meeting 7 9:30 pm
the year, followed by member guest plant drawings. The
August 24 ................ Daylily Sale 8:30 am   3 pm;
annual plant sale and auctions raised sufficient money for
public sale 11 am   3 pm.
MCDS to make generous donations to AHS Region 2 (for
September 14 ........... Pitch in/Plant Exchange at Easley
the newsletter), the AHS Monroe Endowment Fund, the
Winery
Joe E. House Scientific Fund, and our Columbus Franklin
October 25 ............... Awards Banquet/AHS board
Park Conservatory.
meeting at Indy Holiday Inn, Airport.
In early fall 2002 MCDS used its booth at Inniswood
Gardens  Central Ohio Garden Festival.  Inniswood is a
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major garden in Columbus, Ohio. Our booth was used to
promote the daylily and our society.
By Tom Sevcech
To end the year, about 100 members, with their families,
We are excited about our proposed events for 2003. Some of
attended the annual Holiday potluck and gift exchange in
the items are not yet set for time, etc. We have some pretty
December. The event was chaired by Pat and Larry Bullen.
good events this year. For more information, contact Tom
Meetings have been well attended, with Minnesota hybrid 
(see inside back cover).
izer Carol Emmerich presenting  Following a Dream  in
November and Georgia hybridizers Jan and Royce Joiner
MAY 18 ......... Perennial auction and plant exchange at home of
sharing the ins and outs of how they work their extensive
Jack and Sandy Wolfe.
garden (the February 2003 meeting turned out to be a
JUNE 22 ........ Summer Social at home of Phil and Ginger Lisik.
repeat of the BIG SNOWS of 1950 and 1978).
JULY .............. Ohio Tour, 
Mall Show
 or Garden tour.
MCDS is privileged to share speakers and costs with the
AUG 17 .......... Fall Social at home of Anne and Steve Fitak.
Greater Cincinnati Daylily and Hosta Society. Guests
SEPT 6 ............ Annual plant sale.
speak in Cincinnati on Saturday and Columbus on Sunday,
OCT 18 ........... Regular meeting*
thanks to driver and member of both clubs, Betsy Detmer.
NOV 15 .......... Regular meeting*
Early in 2003, MCDS was saddened to lose charter and
DEC 20 ........... Christmas Social and meeting.
honorary member, Bob Terbeek.
We look forward to our upcoming activities and invite
*Our regular meetings are held at the Veterans Memorial
anyone in the Central Ohio area to join us for fun and
Library, 301 S. University Ave. in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
fellowship.
Meetings are from 10 am to 12 noon.
MCDS 2003 Activities and Scheduled Events
April 27 .......... Spring meeting, plant auction and drawing
at 2 PM Franklin Park Conservatory
July 6 ............. Annual MCDS daylily show
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at 1:30 5PM Franklin Park Conservatory
July 12 ........... Bus trip and picnic (Details TBD)
Lana Higgings reports that the 
daylily show
 will be on July
Aug. 16 .......... Annual MCDS plant sale (open to the
12 at the Frieman Botanical Gardens from 12 pm to 3 pm.
public) 10AM  Franklin Park Conservatory
One of the projects the club members has undertaken
Nov. 16 .......... Fall meeting, Kevin Vaughn speaker
involves donating daylilies to Ft. Wayne for the median
2PM, Franklin Park Conservatory
strips in front of the city county building.  The daylily bed
Dec. 7 ............. Holiday potluck and gift exchange
is between the Court house and the city county building.
6PM  Franklin Park Conservatory
The Parks Department will show club members the plans
for the flower bed.
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