October 27, 2021
PINE ISLAND BOTANICALS
90 MINUTE TOUR. FARM INCLUDES 5 ACRES TROPICAL FRUITS, GREENS, HYDROPONICS, ORCHIDS, BROMELIADS, BAMBOO AND MORE. 12571 AUBREY LANE, BOKEELIA. START 10 AM
Dececember 7, 2021
ECO FARMS GLOBAL FARM TOUR PLUS APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE TOUR
BAYSHORE ROAD, NORTH FORT MYERS, FLA. 10:30 START. BOX LUNCH.
March 24, 2022
DING DARLING TRAM TOUR
TRAN HOLDS 35 PEOPLE. LOCATED ON SANIBEL/CAPTIVE ISLANDS. CAR POOL.
April 14, 2022
TOUR OF 3 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS
GARDENS OF MARTY AND JOHN KENDELL, BONNIE AND BOB KELLEN ALONG WITH BETH AND HERB SMITH ALL IN ST JAMES, FLA. OPEN 9 TO 1 PM
May 12, 2022
TOUR OF 2 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS
GARDENS; JOAN ROSENBERG BOTH AND FRANK POTTER ALONG WITH GARDENS OF KATHLEEN HECKSHER AND TOM CHRISTIANSEN BOTH IN BOKEELIA, FLA. OPEN 9 TO 1 PM
MANGO SEASON IS HERE!
NATIVE FLORIDA ORCHIDS ARE IN BLOOM!
Thank you Cheryl, Kathy, Amy, Sharon, Alice, Beth, Herb, Joan and Valerie for all our hard and sweaty work on Thursday, September 3, 2020!
PLANTS TOXIC TO CATS
Pine Island Garden Club Meeting
Pine Island Elementary School Project
Pine Island Garden Club's Pine Island Elementary School Project will create new gardens on the school grounds. Principal Dr. Millins addresses the Pine Island Garden Club
The winner of the Calusa Land Trust's 2021 Most Popular Duck Waddle Restaurant is LOW KEY TIKI! Woohoo! The the other participating restaurants all did great! The Pine Island Garden Club volunteers sold 2,693 of the 3000 available tickets! That's phenomenal for a Raffle without a Race! Members can all be proud of the fact that we raised $13,465 for Calusa Land Trust. Thanks again for all of your support, we couldn't do any of this without you! Alice, Queen Waddler
PINE ISLAND GARDEN CLUB
Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month, except June, July and August, 9:00 am Social; 9:30 am at
Fishers of Men Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10360 Stringfellow Road, Saint James City, FL 33956
How you can help
* designates Chairperson
Sharon Tondreau, Assistant Chairperson Physically maintain Phillips Park grounds.
Michael Adams, Holly Aldrich, Margaret Bergsten. James Friedlander, Marcia Gobble, Barb Hanson, Cheryl King, Tracie Lewis, Amy Lynch, Sher Lucas, Susan Patchett, Jan Robertson, Joan Rosenberg, Linda Sierra, Beth Smith, Herb Smith, Mary Stevens, Alice Trant, Kathy Weinberger, Molly Whitney
Field Trips *Kathleen Hescke, Kay Castleberry, Barbara Hansen, Judy Knowlto Theresa Pote
Greeters *Darlene Widirstky Greet members and guests, provide name tags for guests.
Bonnie Eskra, Nancy Kraft, Barb Kuntz, Ginny Penzi, Susan Schroeder, Phyllis Schivisky, Jean Walsh
Holiday Party *Bonnie Kellen,*Susan Schroeder, Bonnie Eskra, Shirley Glen, Alice Trant
Publicity *John Kendall Publicize events and activities of the club Herb Smith
Sound&AV System *John Kendall, Linda Kutney
*Marilyn Moore Bring plants to and visit with shut-ins and area residents in nursing homes. September: Marilyn Moore, Kay Castleberry October: Mary Reich, Barb Riordan November: Shirley Glenn, ,Lidia Grishakora December: Joan Rosenberg, Alice Trant January: Valerie Fors, Linda Koogler February: Karen Okeson, Kay Wickham March: Susan Schroeder, Bonnie Kellen April: Beth Smith, Herb Smith May: Dolores Sansone, Peter Nervo
Ways & Means
Organize/ fund raisers including monthly plant raffle. *Holly Aldrich, Gayle Allegro,
Marti Carss, Liz Duchaine, Bonne Eskra, Christine Jensen, Katie Lengyel, Nancy Kennedy, Diane Maher, Donna Reynolds, Dolores Sansone, Susan Schroeder, Claudia Tytula
Photography *Sher Lucas Record events for historian, take member photos. Margaret Bergsten,Jim Friedlander, Jay Reynolds, Molly Whitney
*Marti Carss Maintain the Museum grounds.
Michael Adams, Margret Bergsten, Nancy Carlson, Kay Castleberry, Susan Dahod, Paul Freas, Jim Friedlander, Shirley Glenn, Joanne Jarocki Klaus Kment, Mary Rose Kramak, Tracie Lewis, Sher Lucas, Amy Lynch, Carol Noble, Karen Okeson, Susan Patchett, Elaine Reiber, Mary Reich, Nancy Ruedi Linda Sierra, Julie Smith Kathy Weinberger, Kay Wickham
Assignment to Working Committee *Susan Schroeder, Valerie Fors, Bonnie Kellen, Marty Kendall, Barb Riordan, Alice Trant, Darlene Widirstky
Audit *John Kendall, Carol Mullin, Donna Reynolds
Website/ FaceBook - Create presence on the internet Valerie Fors, Victoria Krouch, Paul Dinger
Yearbook Publish annual book noting members and activities. Valerie Fors, Joan Rosenberg, Alice Trant, Victoria Krouch, Paul Dinger Membership *Alice Trant, Joyce Bieber, Marty Kendall, Joyce Lake, Carol Mullin, Theresa Pote, Beth Smith,Mary Stevens
*Ron Brendel, Bonnie Kellen, Marty Kendall, Klaus Kment, Joyce Lake, Jay Reynolds, John Saccucci, Donna Schneider, Gary Schneider, Darlene Widirstky, Paul Dinger
P.I.E. Outreach *Darlene Widirstk, Cheryl King, Barb Riordan, Susan Schroeder
Gala *Beth Smith, John Kendall, Marcia Gobble
*Marti Carss, Kay Wickham
Demonstrations: *Marty Kendall Plant Table; *Kathy Weinberger Publicity; *John Kendall Raffle – Areas: *Bonnie Kellen *Claudia Tytula
Raffle - Prizes; *Membership
Tickets: Joyce Bieber
Raffle - Wheel: *Alice Trant
Set Up/Take Down: *Marty and John Kendall
Traffic/Parking: *Cheryl King Water/Soda: *Jan Robertston
Ways & Means:
Ask the Expert: *Ron Brendel
Author's Corner: *Marty Kendall Children’s Table: *Susan Dahod Banners/Signs *Liz Duchaine Security: *Elizabeth Hooper
PURPOSE: The purpose of the Pine Island Garden Club shall be to aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources, encourage civic beauty and roadside beautification, promote the fine art of gardening, and cooperate with other agencies in furthering the interests of horticulture and conservation.
RESPONSIBILITIES: THE Pine Island Garden Club is a working club and all members are expected to participate in club projects. Because we all want our programs and projects to be successful, there are general expectations of each member. These expectations include:
1. To pay annual membership dues;
2. To serve as an active member of one standing committee;
3. To serve on one refreshment committee.
In addition, there are specific expectations for the annual Garden Gala, our only fundraiser. Those are:
4. To donate:
a. At least one or more healthy potted plants for the plant table.
b. Baked goods for the bake sale table.
5. To work a minimum of a two hour shift the day of the Gala, or work a minimum of
two hours prior to the Gala assisting with preparation activities.
MEETINGS: Meetings are heid on the third Thursday of each month, excluding June, July and August, at the Fishers of Men Evangelical Lutheran Church located at 10360 Stringfellow Road.
Social time begins at 9:00 a.m. followed by the meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Renewal - Dues for a single membership are $25.00 per year, couple membership dues are $45.00 per year. The $25.00 single or $45.00 couple dues renewal must reach the Membership Secretary by the end of May, or a late fee of $10.00 will be charged.
First-time Member Dues if a new member is joining September through February, the dues will be the same as renewal dues with an added charge of $5.00 for the required nametag. Thus the total initial cost will be $30.00 for a single membership and $55.00 for a couple's membership.
If the new member is joining March through May, the dues for the present year will be half the regular amount ($12.50 single + $5 name tag, $22.50 couple + $10 nametags), but the dues for the next year will be collected at the same time. The total will be $42.50 for a single membership and $77.50 for a couple. There will be a $5.00 fee for a lost nametag.
Guests - Guests will be welcomed at their first attendance at no charge; a second attendance
requires a payment of $5.00. Further attendance will require membership in the Club. The second
attendance payment will be credited toward the membership fee.
I have read the above and will be an active participant in the Garden Club.
TO JOIN: Signature____________________________________