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While we get ready to kick off our 2024 Events and Meetings, please enjoy these great photos taken by Dan Burnie at our AGM, pot luck and loonie auction.  Thank you to all who participated and donated items for the auction, it was a great success and $1000 was raised for Fenelon Falls Feeding Fenelon.  A big shout out to all who helped put together the items for the auction it was a huge undertaking! We are always grateful to our volunteers, without you we couldn't do what we do! 

The first meeting will be in March so stay tuned for more information coming in February. Please see under the events tab for more information on the scheduled events for 2024.  

Congratulations to all the Sunflower Competition Participants!

We are thrilled to announce the successful completion of our sunflower competition, and we want to extend a BIG Congratulations to all who participated!

One thing to remember it's not just about winning; it's about the joy that comes from connecting with nature and embracing the process. Your dedication, passion, and green thumbs have truly shone through in this friendly competition. From planting those tiny seeds to nurturing them into magnificent blooms everyone deserves a high five for their efforts.

Drumroll, please! . THE WINNERS ARE.....

OVER AGE 13

TALLEST PLANT - NICK RESINK - Nick had 2 great submissions, but his tallest was over 12 feet high, and had 53 buds - More than 28 of which had opened. That's Amazing!!!

LARGEST FLOWER HEAD - ROSEMARY McCOLEMAN - Rosemary's stalk was a respectable 8 feet, but the flower head was a beauty at 12 inches. The birds will be loving it!

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UNDER AGE 13

TALLEST PLANT - CHARLES AND FINLEY THOMSON - We didn't get an exact measurement, but this giant appears to be at least 12 feet tall. Great job, Boys!

LARGEST FLOWER HEAD - CLEMENTINE JOBIN - Clementine's stalk was just over 8 feet, and the flower span appears to have been about 8 inches. Super job

The Winners 

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