On Wednesday, Dec. 15, Henderson County Master Gardener Association held its yearly awards luncheon. Officers elected to serve in 2022 were being installed. These ended up: Sara Drummond, President Dub Hirst, Vice President Plans and Administration Debra Pascoe, Vice President Member and Community Education and learning Sharon Barrett, Secretary Judy Haldeman, Treasurer and Barbara Thompson, Historian.
The membership voted Cindy Beck as Learn Gardener of the Year. Michelle Crocker and Debra Pascoe have been selected Co-Interns of the Year.
Class members of 2021 have been graduated to Intern position. Interns for 2022 are: Lisa Alexander, Nancy Bruce, Vicky Domingue, Felisha Gilliam, Melissa Henson, Nancy Hubbard, Ron Jackson, Sue Krider, Kelly McDowell, Cathy Reagan, and Kathryn Stevens. As interns, they will be demanded to log a number of volunteer hours in purchase to full their certification demands.
Interns who took the course in 2020 and concluded their prerequisites in 2021 ended up certified as Master Gardeners. Recently accredited Master Gardeners are: Patricia Calderon, Michelle Crocker, Beverly Crow, Elizabeth Crowe, Alex Madison, Debra Pascoe, Ann Reese, Sue Shoemaker, and Patti Wilson.
Also identified had been Learn Gardeners with various volunteer hours, continuing instruction hrs, and a long time of support. HCMGA is a volunteer group intended to assistance teach the general public on horticultural subjects. This is carried out by means of a range of instructional packages, demonstration gardens, a web page, Fb page, no cost electronic mail newsletter, gardening guideline e-book, and other projects and programs. To retain certification, Master Gardeners must complete a set quantity of volunteer and continuing education and learning hrs each individual 12 months.
For a lot more details, simply call 903-675-6130, electronic mail hendersonCMGA@gmail.com, or check out txmg.org/hendersonmg.