The Clinton Garden Club held its December meeting recently with a holiday social, brief meeting and an auction to raise funds for the club’s annual $1,000 scholarship to a Clinton/Sampson County student going into a horticultural-related field. Pictured here is member Phyllis McKee getting items organized for auctioneer Michael Chestnutt to sell to members and guests.
Bill Faust, owner of Faust Nursery in Warsaw, was the guest speaker at the October Clinton Garden Club meeting. His subject, roses, included varieties, establishing beds, light, watering, spraying, fertilizing, pruning, and propagating. He continued with a question and answer session about any concerns members had about roses and concluded with any other horticultural topics.
The Clinton Garden Club met on Tuesday, Sept. 7th with President Mary Burke Bass presiding. A wonderful year full of activities and responsibilities is coming up for the club! The project getting the most attention and excitement at this time is the annual pansy sale! Members are taking orders now. Anyone wishing to order a flat can call 910-532-4782.
Clinton-Sampson Rotary President Ron Carter welcomes returning Rotarian Ann Bulter to the club during Monday’s meeting at Ribeyes. Also inducted into the club Monday was Rowan Baptist Church pastor Clay Carter, far right. Carter was sponsored by club member Curt Smith.
This weekend’s devotional is brought to you by Pastor David Gasperson of Warsaw Baptist Church in Warsaw, NC. This sermon is entitled “The Holy Spirit.” Watch the devotional below.
This weekend’s devotional is brought to you by Pastor David Gasperson of Warsaw Baptist Church in Warsaw, NC. This sermon is entitled “God Chooses Us.” Watch the devotional below.
This weekend’s devotional is brought to you by Pastor David Gasperson of Warsaw Baptist Church in Warsaw, NC. This sermon is entitled “You Must Be Born Again.” Watch the devotional below.
With perhaps its first packed house since the onslaught of COVID-19 a year ago, members of the Clinton-Sampson Rotary Club joined to celebrate the club’s 35th birthday, swear in new members and welcome a new slate of officers, all the while cheering outgoing President Eileen Coite for “a job well done under the immense pressure of a pandemic.”