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Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens
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O ur V ision The vision of Birmingham Botanical Gardens is to be one of the nation’s preeminent botanical gardens.
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At Large: Cathy Adams Mary Boehm Chris Boles Emily Bowron Maggie Brooke Clarke Gillespy Tricia Holbrook John Hudson John Hurst Turner Inscoe Carl Jones Paul Jones Katy Baker Lasker Kathryn Porter Jeanie Sherlock
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On The Cover
On May 16, more than 300 people attended Flicks Amongst the Flowers presented by Lane Parke. Look for more details about the 2015 Flicks Amongst the Flowers schedule in upcoming issues of The Garden Dirt.
Fred Spicer���������������������������������������� Executive Director & CEO Stephanie Banks��������������������������������������������Director of Finance Dawn Coleman�������������������������� Education Activities Specialist Ragan Cox���������������������������������������Special Events Coordinator Elizabeth Drewry�������������������������������������������������������������Librarian Ellen Hardy��������������������������� Education Program Coordinator Blake Ells����������������������������������� Public Relations Coordinator Jean Frey��������������������������������������������� Director of Development Henry Hughes ����������������������������������������� Director of Education Jason Kirby ������������������������������������Library Assistant & Archivist Andrew B. Krebbs���������� Director of Marketing & Membership Hope Long��������������������������������������Director of Library Services John Manion���������������������������Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator Pam McLeod����������������������������������Donor Services Coordinator Drew Rickel�����������������������������������������Donor Relations Officer Taylor Steele��������������������������������������������Volunteer Coordinator Rona Walters�����������������������������������������������Membership Assistant
The Garden Dirt is the newsletter of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The Garden Dirt is published six times a year to foster awareness & support events, services, & significant programs of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. We welcome your comments & address corrections. Please contact: Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Editor, Andrew B. Krebbs, director of marketing & membership 2612 Lane Park Road Birmingham, AL 35223 205.414.3959 or email@example.com bbgardens.org Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens practices a policy of equal opportunity & equal access to services for all persons regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, orientation or sex. Birmingham Botanical Gardens is a facility of Birmingham Park & Recreation Board. The deadline for the Sept./Oct. issue is July 15.
Summers in Alabama pose challenges both for gardens and gardeners, with unpredictable rainfall (too-muchtoo-fast or not-at-all), often relentless attacks by insects and fungi and seemingly endless heat and humidity. Now is when we should be especially grateful for the many large trees that grace our neighborhoods, gardens, parks and woodlands. Importantly, these big trees, nature’s free air conditioners, live for multiple human generations; the ones we enjoy the most today started life before we were born. It reminds me of the Chinese proverb that asks: When is the best time to plant a tree? The answer: Twenty years ago (although for large canopy trees I would say forty or fifty)! So make yourself a note for later this fall or winter to plant a tree to benefit future generations. In this issue, you’ll meet The Gardens’ 2014 summer interns and the partners that make them possible: Shades Valley Rotary Club, Little Garden Club and Birmingham Southern College. We pride ourselves on partnerships like these and many others. Without them and the volunteers, members and donors that often accompany them, it would be more difficult to meet our science-based mission and to work with the city of Birmingham – our most consistent and important partner for fifty years – to make Birmingham Botanical Gardens the essential community resource it is. We offer our thanks to these and all our partners. Finally, I know it’s hot outside, but you’re missing a lot if you haven’t seen us in the summer. The Herb Terrace and Bruno Vegetable Garden are positively overflowing. Did you know that we donate an average of 3,000 pounds of fresh produce to Magic City Harvest every year to feed Birmingham’s hungriest? And that our children’s programs include a focus on healthy plant-based foods? Our container plantings and annual displays are also hitting their stride, rife with lush tropical plants that revel in our summers, proudly boasting their bold flowers and foliage. You just can’t see these important elements of The Gardens in any other season – so come on out!
Save t he Date Alabama Orchid Society Show September 20-21 Antiques at The Gardens October 2-5 Gala in The Gardens October 2 Shane Connolly Lecture October 2 Mario Buatta Lecture October 3 Fall Plant Sale October 18-19
See you in The Gardens,
Dirt Dash November 15 Fred Spicer Executive Director & CEO
Meet our new
Special Events Coordinator
W e l com e
Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens is pleased to announce the hiring of new Special Events Coordinator, Ragan Cox. Ragan comes to The Gardens from Sight Savers America, where she was a KidCheck Plus Program Coordinator, planning nearly one hundred events each year. A graduate of Auburn University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, she also worked as an Auburn Special Events Assistant, planning and facilitating events for the University President, First Lady and Board of Trustees. Ragan was born and raised in Birmingham and “some of my fondest childhood memories are of visiting The Gardens with my grandmother, a Master Gardener,” she stated. “We are thrilled to welcome Ragan and have her on board as we continue an exciting year of events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Gardens,” said Jean Frey, Director of Development. We encourage you to reach out to Ragan and welcome her to the team. You can reach her at rcox@ bbgardens.org or 205.414.3965.
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Weesie and Louise by Fred Spicer, Executive Director & CEO
The Little and Red Mountain Garden Clubs, Birmingham’s local chapters of the Garden Club of America (GCA) and their members have been important sources of funding, volunteers (including numerous board members), advocacy and new plants for our living collections since The Gardens’ beginning. We take great pride in highlighting some recent work on the part of these clubs to honor two of their luminaries. Last November The Gardens offered special tribute to Louise “Weesie” Smith. So more people could learn about her, a biography was prepared in which she was described as “a tireless champion on behalf of the natural beauty and diversity of... Alabama...[a] community volunteer for over 40 years...a self-taught botanist and consummate gardener; a generous plant sharer; [and] a humble, bighearted teacher and willing mentor.” Read the full biography here: www. bbgardens.org/central-south-honoree.php. Early this year, honors for Weesie continued, as GCA announced The Weesie Smith Horticulture Award, to be administered by the Red Mountain Garden Club, Weesie’s club and the award’s sponsor. The recipient must be within GCA’s Zone VIII (AL, FL, GA, SC) and will have shown leadership concerning and knowledge of native plants, their protection, propagation
L-R: Virginia “Becky” Smith, Louise “Weesie” Smith
and use in the landscape. It is fitting that the award criteria include a willingness to mentor and share knowledge generously. The first such award may be given as early as 2015. Congratulations, Weesie, for this singular honor! As described elsewhere in this issue, The Gardens has received the gift of a three-year internship from the Little Garden Club of Birmingham. The Louise Agee Wrinkle Native Plant Internship is named for and given in honor of one of Birmingham’s most accomplished gardeners. Though, as she has said, she came to horticulture later in life than some, I would say that she has pursued it with love, joy, humble tenacity and a studied inquisitiveness that have more than made up for any lost time. This hands-in-the-dirt gift – an immersive internship – is apt tribute. We offer our sincere thanks to the club and congratulations to Louise.
L-R: Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator John Manion, Louise Wrinkle, husband John Wrinkle, Executive Director & CEO Fred Spicer
See page 9 for more details
Shane Connolly Thursday, October 2, 1 p.m.
ART, JEWELRY & ANTIQUES
Mario Buatta Friday, October 3, 1:30 p.m.
TASTEBUDS - Define Your Style sponsored by flower magazine
Thursday, October 2 • 11-12:30 p.m. $15* per person
Red Diamond Lecture Series
Young enthusiasts join Editor Margot Shaw for a fun and inspiring behind the scenes tour. Listen while Tastemakers share their spaces, stories, and tips to help you define and express your personal style. Nibbles and sips included. Space is limited. *Price includes show admission, +some restrictions apply
2014 Tastemakers Taylor Dawson & Associates, Architecture Elegant Earth Falkner Gardens Gallery 1930
Antiques at The Gardens Schedule
Rebecca Hawkins, RSH Designs, LLC with Cherri Pitts, Studio C Architecture & Interiors
Public Show Hours
King’s House Oriental Rugs
The King’s House Antiques Henry Sprott Long & Associates
Thursday, October 2, 1 – 5 p.m.
Pat Hiden Interiors with Katie Baker Lasker
Friday, October 3, 10 – 5 p.m.
Ware Porter, Kinsey Marable & Christopher Spitzmiller
Saturday, October 4, 10 – 5 p.m.
Shepard and Davis Architecture with Patti Woods
Sunday, October 5, 11 – 3 p.m.
Libby Greene Interiors
Tickets: $10 Non-Members, Free to Members+
Thompson - House Interiors: Pat Camp & Staci Thompson
Gala in The Gardens
Thursday, October 2, 6 – 11 p.m. Black-tie Preview of the Show, Cocktails, Hors d’oeuvres, Music and Show Readmission
Tickets: $150* *Price includes show admission, +some restrictions apply
2014 Exhibitors • Avril Walker Design Mobile, AL
• John Dennison Fine Art Myrtle Beach, SC
• Estate Jewelers of Mountain Brook Mountain Brook, AL
• Laura Pearce Jewelry Atlanta, GA
• Evy McPherson’s Gracia Home Nashville, TN • Thomas M. Fortner Antiques Memphis, TN • Hitz Lauber Birmingham, AL
• Pennoyer Newman Distinctive Garden Pots New York, NY • McDonough Fine Art Atlanta, GA • Edwin C. Skinner Antiques Fairhope, AL • Whitehall Antiques Chapel Hill, NC
V o lu n t e e r s
Education and Garden Docents: Gifts to The Gardens Taylor Steele, volunteer coordinator
Annual Education and Garden Docent Appreciation Lunch Held on May 20 As The Gardens reflects on its first fifty years, one success story is the education and garden docent programs. The impact these programs have made on countless individuals is priceless, and only made possible through their dedication and passion to educate our visitors. My job as volunteer coordinator is to identify and understand what motivates our docents to stay long term.
or garden docent. I am humbled by our docentsâ€™ devotion and loyalty to The Gardens. As volunteers deliver the education mission of The Gardens by providing tailored educational programming and tours, I more fully appreciate our docents and the contributions they have made over the last 30 years. I know the next 30 will be equally rewarding.
One of the biggest motivators for retention of all volunteers is the opportunity to participate in a satisfying experience. Our docents love to interact and educate our patrons through both the Discovery Field Trip Program and our garden tours. Many of our docents claim their motivation comes from a task they are good at, with the notion they feel adequately supported and recognized.
The Gardens education department acknowledges our wonderful and highly dedicated docents with an annual docent appreciation luncheon. This year we were honored to have as our guest speaker, John Manion, curator of the Kaul Wildflower Garden. Members who have been able to spend time with John truly understand his talents, passion and love for native plants. John also has a true gift for sharing his knowledge of native plants with children and adults alike. Thank you John, and thank you docents!
Clearly our docents play an integral part in The Gardensâ€™ education program. They are on the front line in creating an environment for scientific inquiry, as well as fostering an opportunity regarding all aspects of interpretation. It takes a unique individual to become an education and/
To learn more about how you can become a volunteer at The Gardens, contact Volunteer Coordinator Taylor Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205.414.3962.
J U LY & AU G U S T
William Thomas ‘En Masse’
News from the Archives & Rare Book Room By Jason Kirby, library assistant & archivist
I recently received a rare set of four beautifully bound volumes of British Flowering Plants by George Simonds Boulger (1853-1922). They were published in London in 1915. This edition was limited to one thousand copies, of which this is number 175. They were given by Dr. Hughes Kennedy III., who passed away March 15, 2014. Hughes was a big supporter of the library and The Gardens. He loved books and art. He volunteered in The Library and also donated numerous rare books and botanical prints to our Archives and Rare Book Room. Hughes will be truly missed but his memory and his treasures can still be enjoyed by others today.
Gerlach Plant Information Center Display for the months of July and August:
Alabama Rocks! The Geology of Our State
Library Hours of Operation Monday - Friday | 9 - 4 p.m. Saturday | 10 - 4 p.m. Sunday | 2 - 5 p.m. 205.414.3920
L i b r a r y S e rv i c e s
A rt i st D i splay M ain A rt G allery
Thyme to Read ◄ July 1: The Dark Vineyard by Martin Walker August 5: ► The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession by Adam Gollner
Join us in The Library at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month to discuss a fun book pertaining to gardening, plants or the environment. Contact Director of Library Services Hope Long at 205.414.3931 or email@example.com for more information or to get involved.
Good Things Growing… In The Gardens
Fred Spicer, executive director & CEO
Summer-blooming shrubs are uncommon in our area. Most gardeners, me included, rely on other ornamental characteristics, like handsome foliage, for woody plant interest at this time of year. However, one shrub really sparkles in late July-early August: Hydrangea paniculata ‘Tardiva,’ a cultivar of panicle hydrangea. Many new cultivars of this species have been introduced recently including ‘Limelight’, ‘Jane’/Little Lime™ and ‘Wim’s Red’/Fire and Ice, to name just three of over a dozen. For us, most of those don’t live up to their marketing promises, as they do in the northeast, mid-west and northern Europe. Plus, they flower in late spring to early summer. ‘Tardiva,’ as its name suggests, flowers markedly later than any other cultivar. It’s an old selection whose introduction is lost to obscurity; still, faced with lots of new competition it has stood the test of time, firmly holding its place as the latest of the (increasingly expanding) bunch. One source indicated that some seedlings of ‘Tardiva’ flowered as late as September: in Georgia. Valuable for summer flowers, it’s not the most refined shrub in form, being coarse in texture
in all seasons, unevenly rounded and growing to 8x8’+ [above]. Because it flowers on new wood, hard pruning in late winter is recommended for size and shape control to whatever degree is needed; older shrubs should be renewed in this manner to increase vigor and flower bud production. Thinning to minimize branching will cause the typically 8” terminal flower clusters to become 12-15” behemoths, weighing down the stems and turning the plant into a weeping form with a few giant flowers. However grown, is not a plant for up-front, specimen use, but one best suited for a supporting role. The conical inflorescences may remind you of oakleaf hydrangea as they are composed of small, fertile flowers inside and larger, sterile flowers outside. ‘Tardiva’ produces relatively few sterile flowers but their large diameter makes a good show [left]. Fall leaf color is usually a medium yellow. They will tolerate most soils that are not permanently wet, and they are reasonably drought tolerant after establishment. The best flower production occurs in full sun, but afternoon or high-filtered shade results in a less tattered plant. Panicle hydrangeas are sometimes incorrectly referred to as “PeeGee” hydrangeas. That tag correctly belongs solely on the cultivar ‘Grandiflora.’
JULY Protect figs and other ripening fruit from birds.
Continue to root shrub cuttings until late in the month and mulch to keep soil moist.
Remove faded blooms promptly from crape myrtle and other summer-blooming plants.
In lawns, watch for diseases. Mow regularly, and water as needed.
Keep roses healthy and actively growing.
Apply fertilizer as needed. Wash off foliage to prevent burning if any fertilizer falls on plants.
Water annuals and perennials as needed to keep plants active.
Iris and spider lily bulbs may be planted late this month.
Keeping flowers, shrubs, trees and lawns healthy is the major task this month. This demands close observation for insects and diseases, and frequent watering.
Plant beans, field peas, rutabagas, squash, New Zealand spinach and Irish potatoes. Plant cabbage, collards, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and celery for the fall crop. Plant tomatoes in Central and North Alabama.
Registration & further information about the program, including course descriptions & certificate requirements, can be found at www.bbgardens.org/plantstudies or call 205.414.3950. The Science and Beauty of Moss (elective)
Classes, Field Trips & Volunteer Opportunities
Cut out old blackberry canes after fruiting and then fertilize and cultivate for replacement canes. Remember to order new catalogs for fruit selection.
Layer branches of hydrangea.
Hybrid teas and floribundas may need slight pruning to prevent scraggly appearance.
Water annuals and perennials as needed to keep plants active.
Plant perennials and biennials.
Divide old iris plantings and add new bulbs.
Keeping flowers, shrubs, trees and lawns healthy is the major task during this month. This means close observation for insects and diseases.
Plant turnips, rutabagas, beans and peas in South Alabama.
Plant cabbage, collards, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and celery. Courtesy of
For more information, see www.aces.edu or call the Plant Hotline at 800.644.4458.
Instructor: Annie Martin Saturday, July 12 | 8:30 - 12:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Garden $45 Members | $50 Non-Members
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GARDENING “TIPS” CALENDAR
Certificate in Native Plant Studies
Summer Identification of Native Woody Plants (elective) Instructor: Fred Spicer Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, August 9 | 8:30 - 12:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members
adult&family Photography Class: Walking Class-Water Features Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, July 5 | 9 – 1 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens - Conference Room $65 members| $75 non-members Up Close & Personal Macrophotography in the Gardens Instructor: Hank Siegel July 19 & 26 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $100 members| $120 non-members Photography Class: Seasonal Series Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, August 9 | 9 – noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens – Exploration Classroom $65 members | $75 non-members Photography Class: Walking Class-Water Features Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, August 23 | 9 – 1 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens - Conference Room $65 members| $75 non-members
To register visit www.bbgardens.org/classes or call 205.414.3950.
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Summer Interns at The Gardens 2014 by Henry Hughes, director of education
Rotary Club of Shades Valley Intern
Louise Agee Wrinkle Native Plant Intern
Birmingham-Southern College Summer Intern
Birmingham Botanical Gardens welcomes Sanitra Lawrence as its 2014 summer intern, funded by the Rotary Club of Shades Valley. A native of Starkville, Mississippi, she is studying Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture at Mississippi State University. Highly recommended by her professors, she has distinguished herself by being on the dean’s list, working in the Mississippi State Trail Gardens, and serving as a student assistant in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. As an Undergraduate Research Scholar, she presented the results of her study on using predatory mites as a biological control of silverleaf whiteflies on poinsettias at the 2014 annual meeting of the Southern Region of the American Society for Horticultural Science in Dallas, Texas.
Thanks to the generosity and foresight of the Little Garden Club of Birmingham, we welcome Mitchell Vaughan. To honor our good friend, Louise Wrinkle, the club raised funds to provide a native plant intern for three summers. Mitchell was the first recipient. Just having completed his junior year at Auburn University, where he is studying horticulture, Mitchell has a keen interest in native plants, including the curatorial aspects of their conservation. Throughout the summer, Mitchell will be engaged in a variety of projects involving native plants, including the continuing development of the Kaul Wildflower Garden and field trips to observe plants in their native habitats. He tells us that he inherited his love of plants from his dad, who grew up on a farm in Bristol, Tennessee. His father in turn inherited that passion from his mother. Having spent his life in the Birmingham area, Mitchell already possesses a solid knowledge of our region’s flora. The native plant internship will allow him to expand that knowledge.
Alex is the second summer intern funded by the Urban Environmental Studies program at BirminghamSouthern College. Born in New York City, he graduated from high school across the Hudson River in Westfield, New Jersey before coming south for college. He was introduced to the concepts of permaculture during his senior year of high school while visiting the Rutgers University Ecocomplex. Subsequently, he was introduced to hydroponics and aquaponics and made the decision to direct his career toward sustainable agriculture. A rising senior, he will graduate with a major in environmental studies and a minor in business. Outside of academics, Alex enjoys rock climbing at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover and attending Birmingham Barons baseball games. He currently is reading George R. R. Martin’s Storm of Swords from the Song of Ice and Fire series. During his internship, Alex will be exploring the display design and interpretation of greenhouse exhibits on environmental sustainability for possible use at The Gardens.
To pay for her college education, Sanitra has been awarded grants and scholarships and she has worked at her local Lowes, where she has advanced her knowledge of commercial plants. She is interested in a broad range of horticultural subjects, especially tropical and carnivorous plants and plant propagation. Her goal at The Gardens is to make herself a stronger candidate for future employment following graduation in December, 2014.
Field Trip to Ebeneezer Swamp in Montevallo, Alabama, May 23, 2014. Pictured L-R are Sanitra Lawrence, Alex Dumont and Mitchell Vaughan.
Red Diamond Lecture Series to present Royal Wedding Floral Designer & “The Prince of Chintz” Shane Connolly opens the Red Diamond Lecture Series at Antiques at The Gardens on Thursday, October 2 at 1 p.m. Connolly was awarded the Royal Warrant by His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales in 2006, becoming the official supplier of flowers for royal events shortly after his successful floral design at the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. On April 29, 2011, he would design all floral arrangements for the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. Shane Connolly and Company achieved international fame servicing these royal events, but their reach extends to private parties, weddings, corporate events and receptions. Connolly has also authored four books: Table Flowers, Wedding Flowers, The Language of Flowers and A Year in Flowers.
Mario Buatta will complement Connolly’s talk with his own on Friday, October 3 at 1:30 p.m. Buatta is a premier American decorating talent that has been working in design for over 50 years. “The Prince of Chintz” comes to The Gardens as he
The gift shop at Birmingham Botanical Gardens features a great selection of décor and gifts for the home & garden. Selections include: stationery, jewelry, botanical arrangements, garden items, containers, children’s toys, furniture and home décor. All members of The Gardens receive a 10% discount off of purchases.
HOURS Monday –Saturday 9:30 - 5:30 p.m. Sunday 1 - 4 p.m.
205.877.3030 leafnpetal.com celebrates the release of his first book, Mario Buatta: Fifty Years of American Interior Decoration. After launching his firm in 1963, Buatta filled his client roster with an impressive list of celebrities and moguls; from Henry Ford II to Barbara Walters, from Nelson Doubleday to Billy Joel. Buatta oversaw the design for the Blair House in Washington, D.C., and he was responsible for the design of pop-star Mariah Carey’s posh New York triplex that was once featured on a one-hour episode of MTV Cribs.
G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s
Gifts to The Library at
Birmingham Botanical Gardens March/May 2014
As of April 30, 2014
Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Cobb, III Mrs. Louise D. Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Jones, Jr. Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. South, III
Ms. Elna R. Brendel Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer S. Poynor, III Southern Progress Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stukes Mr. & Mrs. John A. Williamson, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Brock Ann & Angelo Bruno Foundation Mrs. Camille Butrus Mr. & Mrs. Bob de Buys Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Fletcher Mr. & Mrs. J.S.M. French Mr. & Mrs. Houston Gillespy Mr. & Mrs. Christopher W. Hoyt Mr. & Mrs. Jon Kimerling Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Rucker & Margaret Agee Fund Mr. & Mrs. John N. Wrinkle Anonymous
Kathy Rostand Sue Hair Jefferson County Beekeepers Association Janet Taylor Miriam Newman David Lee Bernadine Faulkner Lois Mancin Dr. James O. Finney Mary Evans Oak St. Garden Shop Employees
– in memory of Dr. Dewey A. White – in memory of Leslie Bunn Adams – in memory of William Elliott Matthews IV – in memory of Adrian Alton Ringland Jr. Millbrook Garden and Study Club
– in memory of Winyss Shepard Birmingham Fern Society
– in honor of Jason Kirby First United Methodist Garden Club
– in honor of Nora and Dale O’Connor Taylor Steele
– in honor of Danette Steele Jones Le Jardin Garden Cub, Jasper
– in honor of Fletcher Harvey
As of April 30, 2014 Mr. & Mrs. Edgar G. Aldridge Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balliet Ms. Camille A. Becker Mrs. Lucille S. Beeson * Peggy Bonfield & Orrin Ford D. Joseph & Ida C. Burns * Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland Suzanne G. Clisby Mrs. Martha Stone Cobb Daniel * The Daniel Foundation of Alabama The Dunn-French Family Dr. John D. Elmore* Mrs. Claire H. Fairley* Mr. F. Lewter Ferrell, Jr. * Mr. R.R. Herbst *
Mrs. Jimmie Hess * Mr. J. Ernest Hill & Mrs. Ora Lee Hill * Fay B. Ireland Mr. George L. Jenkins Hugh & Bobbe Kaul * Ms. Pamela Kaul * Andrew Krebbs Fran Lawlor Dr. Bodil Lindin-Lamon* Hope Long Dr. Michael E. Malone Ms. Louise T. McAvoy * Mrs. Mary Jean Morawetz Mr. Philip Morris Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr.
James L. Newsome Dr. & Mrs. A. I. Perley * Steve & LeAnne Porter Mrs. Carol P. Poynor Mrs. Dorothy L. Renneker * Deborah & John Sellers Mr .& Mrs. William M. Spencer, III * Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. Mr. Douglas Arant Stockham Dr. Wendell H. Taylor, Sr. * Mrs. Barbara D. Thorne * Mrs. Carolyn D. Tynes * Mrs. Ann H. “Nancy” Warren * Mrs. Robert Wells Anonymous *Deceased
Gifts received between
3. 1. 14- 4. 30. 14
Leslie B. Adams
Oak Street Garden Shop Mrs. Elberta G. Reid
Dr. & Mrs. Mike Rushing
Ms. Isabel Hill
Mrs. Janet Argo
Thomas D. Balkovetz The Canterbury Club Mrs. Elberta G. Reid
W. Houston Blount
Mr. & Mrs. W. Trent Ragland, Jr.
Robert G. Burton
Mrs. Elberta G. Reid Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. & Ms. Kim McBride
Josephine B. Chandler Dr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock
Shirley E. Cunningham Dr. & Mrs. Mike Rushing
William E. Doggett, Jr. Mr. David E. Doggett
Kathryn M. Easter Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. O’Connor
Jeanne H. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Walter Dean
John D. Elmore
Dede & Stewart Austin Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Bromberg, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Clayton, Jr. Ms. Dorothy DiOrio Dobbins Group Mrs. W. B. Evans Mr. & Mrs. J. Ross Forman, III Mrs. Toula Fulford Mr. & Mrs. Hubert W. Goings, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William W. Goodrich Ms. Margaret W. Grubb Mrs. Janet R. Hill Mr. & Mrs. Carter S. Kennedy, Jr. Mr. Russell J. Levenson Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Justice & Mrs. Champ Lyons, Jr. Mary Helen McCoy Interiors Inc Mr. & Mrs. Harris Morrissette Mrs. Elberta G. Reid Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Rodde Ms. Cynnie Shook Sproull Dr. & Mrs. James A. Ward, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd R. Wilson
Drue L. Ingram Mike & Janice Vines
Larry Jackson Mrs. Linda S. Herren
Patty W. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Frank D’Amico Mr. & Mrs. Frank Melazzo
Leo Kayser, Jr. Mr. Arnold L. Steiner
Hughes Kennedy Mrs. J. W. Bledsoe, Jr.
Ms. Rebecca N. Posey
Gifts received between
3 .1 .1 4 -4 .3 0 .1 4 Birmingham Botanical Gardens In honor of Discovery Field Trips Mr. & Mrs. William H. Barnes
Barbara L. Burton
The Crepe Myrtle Garden Club
Mary Carolyn G. Cleveland Columbus Botanical Garden
Megan Cooper In Honor of Her Birthday Mrs. Jean Morris
Deacon W. Maddox
Wellington Park Garden Club
William E. Matthews
Mrs. Nita Collinsworth
Birmingham Fern Society
Harriett P. Murphy
Georgia Perennial Plant Association
Thomas M. Pearce
Dogwood Garden Club
Evelyn Louise N. Perrin
Home Garden Club
Ms. Heather Baty
Oak Street Garden Shop
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III
The Canterbury Club
Country Garden Club
Mrs. Elberta G. Reid
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Ray
Adrian A. Ringland Oak Street Garden Shop
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III
Dr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock
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John Manion June Mays
Troy Rhone Pat Sloan
Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. Columbus Botanical Garden Little Garden Club of Birmingham
Redmont Park Garden Club
I. J. Tortorici
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Waudby
Oak Street Garden Shop
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Alabama Power Company Anonymous Mrs. Janet Argo Ms. Heather Baty Lucille S. Beeson Charitable Trust BHK Investment Advisors, LLC Birmingham Coca Cola Bottling Co. Mr. & Mrs. C. Eugene Boles Brasfield & Gorrie Mr. & Mrs. Richard Brockman Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Broughton, III Burr & Forman LLP Dr. & Mrs. G. William Cole Mrs. Robert Crumbaugh, Jr. Diamond Tours, Inc. Dunn-French Foundation Mr. & Mrs. J.S.M. French Mr. & Mrs. Earl A. George Mr. & Mrs. Houston Gillespy Grapevine Garden Club Mrs. Linda Grissom Ms. Rona Harper Ms. Suzanne Hovater Illges-Chenoweth Foundation, Inc. Ms. Tina Johnson Leaf & Petal Little Rock Garden Club Mrs. Margaret H. McGowan Mr. & Mrs. John M. Musgrave Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Ms. Carol Ogle Ms. Rebecca N. Posey Protective Life Corporation Drs. Stephen G. Rostand & Katherine S. Rostand Ms. Linda Sanders ServisFirst Bank Mr. & Mrs. John H. Stack Ms. Mary Frances Stayton Steward Machine Co., Inc. Ms. Jill D. Tanahey Mr. & Mrs. Greg Walcott Dr. Charles L. Watkins & Mrs. Mary L. Watkins Mrs. Janet J. White If we have inadvertently left your name out or incorrectly listed you, please accept our apologies and contact Drew Rickel, donor relations officer, at 205.414.3955 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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3 .1 .1 4 -4 .3 0 .1 4 President $1,000 Tom & Cathy Adams Ms. Olivia Alison Mrs. Mary Boehm Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Briggs Mr. & Mrs. Bruce F. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Stan Roth
Ambassador $500-999 Mr. & Mrs. James Burdette Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Cobb Mr. & Mrs. Harold H. Goings Mr. & Mrs. Christopher W. Hoyt
Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. Becker Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Bromberg, Jr. Ms. Pat Cosgrove Martha Council Mrs. John Cowin Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Doody Mrs. W. B. Evans Mr. James V. Fairley, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fleenor Dr. & Mrs. George M. Gibbins, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Glenn Mr. & Mrs. C. Logan Hinkle Mr. & Mrs. Thomas King Mr. Mark McColl Mr. Rodney C. McCoy Steve & Mary Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Rand, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John C. Rives Ms. Renee Saul Dr. & Mrs. Wendell H. Taylor, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. David L. Tharpe Ms. Tammi Trawick
Magnolia $125-249 Ms. Rebecca Adams Ms. Cindi S. Akins Ms. Sallie S. Aman Mr. Jackson B. Bailey Ms. Wanda Banks Mr. & Mrs. Tom Baydala Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Bean Dr. & Mrs. Austen L. Bennett, III Mr. & Mrs. John M. Birmingham Mr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Booker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Bostany Mr. & Mrs. Charles Boswell, Jr. Mr. William M. Bowen, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. Bugg Mr. & Mrs. Jim Carns Mrs. Mary B. Carr Ms. Wanda Carruthers Ms. Judith Clasen Mr. & Mrs. Alton L. Comans Mrs. Hope Cooper Mrs. Anita Mazer Cord Mrs. Julie Cundiff Michael D. Davis
Dr. & Mrs. James O. Finney, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fitts Ms. Julia Gardner Ms. Margaret W. Grubb Ms. Paige Harkness Mrs. Karon Harmon Mr. & Mrs. John D. Higgins Mrs. Jane B. Hodges Mr. Mark David Jackson & Mr. Larry Fitzgerald Dr. & Mrs. David Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Samuel C. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Steve Jones Ms. Gwen Kelley Mr. & Mrs. Louis W. Kennedy Dr. & Mrs. Robert Kleinstein Bill & Mindy Lalor Mr. & Mrs. William Lamb Mr. & Mrs. S. Robert Lister Mr. & Mrs. Henry Sprott Long, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Luckie, III Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Manley Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Mann Mrs. Cecilia C. Matthews Dr. & Mrs. Richard Mayne Ms. Kim McBride Ms. Michel McEwen Dr. & Mrs. David S. McKee, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miles Mr. & Mrs. Fred Moore, Jr. Mrs. J. M. Morgan, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Nading, Jr. The Honorable & Mrs. Terry Oden Mr. & Mrs. Robbin Phillips Sara Ann & Bill Polhemus Mr. & Mrs. Tom Powell Ms. Nancy Price Mr. & Mrs. Gene T. Price Ms. Suzanne Respess Mrs. Mel Robinson Ms. Starr Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Scott M. Salter Dr. Susan P. Salter & Mr. Steven C. Hydinger Mrs. Vicki Smith Mrs. Lamar Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Sprague Ms. Rosemary Strouss Mr. & Mrs. Russell R. Stutts, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George N. Tobia Mrs. Leila Watson Ms. Marjorie L. White Dr. & Mrs. Richard H. Whitney Mr. & Mrs. Clyde E. Wills Mr. & Mrs. Richard Womack Mr. William Wong Mr. & Mrs. Alan Word Mrs. Harriett Wright Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Youngblood
Hydrangea $60-124 Morning Glories Garden Club Ms. Alesia Adams Mrs. Patricia B. Alley Mrs. Angie Allman-Boyles Ms. Gail C. Andrews
& Dr. Richard Marchase Dr. & Mrs. Stuart Atkinson Dr. & Mrs. Alvin L. Atlas Dr. Jack M. Averett, Jr. Mrs. Judy Bacon Mr. & Mrs. Winfield Baird Ms. Anita S. Baker Mrs. Richard G. Bastar, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William Benjamin, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Neal R. Berte Dr. Jill Billions Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Boehm Mr. & Mrs. Brian Boehm Mrs. Virginia Brasher Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Breaseale Mr. & Mrs. Oâ€™Neal Browder Mr. Timothy Brown Mr. & Mrs. Borden H. Burr II Mr. & Mrs. William L. Camp Mrs. Jan Carper Mr. T. Chris Carter Mrs. Jane H. Chace Dr. & Ms. Robert B. Chadband Ms. Marilyn Chiaramonte & Mr. Peter Bibbo Ms. Missy Childers Mr. & Mrs. A. P. Christenson Dr. & Mrs. Craig Christopher Mr. & Mrs. John D. Clements Mr. Jon Clemmensen Mr. & Mrs. Archie Cobbs Linda & Benjamin Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Jack Cole Mr. William H. Cole Mr. & Mrs. John Collins Ms. Rita C. Constantine Mr. & Mrs. Carlo Contreras Mr. & Mrs. Belton Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cooper Ms. Miriam Cowan Ms. Janet Cox Mr. R. N. Craig & Mrs. Carol M. Craig Ms. Nelda Creel Mr. & Mrs. Robert Crook Dr. & Mrs. James Cullinan Mr. & Mrs. Kirk Cunningham Mrs. Anna Daly Mrs. Frank W. Davies, Jr. Mrs. Patricia Davis Ms. Molleen Desai Mr. & Mrs. James DeWilde Ms. Eva Dillard Mr. & Mrs. David Donahue Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. Donnellan Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Doucet Mr. & Mrs. William D. Drinkard Ms. Hillary Drummond Mr. & Mrs. John C. Duckworth Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C. Dunbar, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George S. Eastwood, II W. J. Edmiston Mr. Rodger Egeland Mr. Paul Eggert Mr. & Mrs. Richard Enders Mr. & Mrs. Bill Eubanks Mr. & Mrs. Walter B. Evans, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Faulkner Mr. & Mrs. John E. Fearon Mrs. Jeri Finchum Ms. Susan Finley
Ms. Rebecca Flynn Mr. & Mrs. William L. Forbes Ms. Caroline Foweather Ms. Anita Franklin Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Furlong Mr. Howard E. Furnas, III Mr. Joseph G. Gamble Mr. & Mrs. James Garrison Mr. & Mrs. George Garzon Mr. & Mrs. Maury Gaston Mr. & Mrs. Carey Gilbert, III Dr. & Mrs. G. Y. Gillespie Sarah & John Glover Mr. & Mrs. Mac B. Greaves Mrs. Beverly Green Mr. Alexander Gruneberg & Ms. Hwasoon Kim Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hall Mr. & Mrs. Dexter Hambaugh Mr. & Mrs. Mike Harris Ms. Jacquelyn D. Hart Mr. & Mrs. Sam Haskell Dr. Sarah Hays Ms. Lynn Headley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Helfand Mr. James Hewitt Dr. Kathryn Hoar & Mr. Wayne Hoar Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Holcombe Mr. & Mrs. Don Holmes Mrs. Mona Holmes Mrs. Emily Holmes Mr. & Mrs. Ted Holt Mr. & Mrs. David Hood Mr. & Mrs. William Horne, Jr. Ms. Kaye Houser Mrs. Katherine Houston Mr. & Mrs. Robert Howard Mr. & Mrs. Joe Hughes Dr. & Mrs. Duncan Hulsey Mr. & Mrs. Richard Igou Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Ireland, II Mr. & Mrs. David Israel Dr. & Mrs. Stewart A. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Jackson Ms. Becky Jennings Ms. Ellen C. Johnson Ms. Lynn Joseph Mr. & Mrs. J. Terrence Joyce Mr. Robert D. Kemp Dr. Warren W. Kent Ms. Polly Kratt Mr. & Mrs. John Kuklinski, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edwin E. Lambert Dr. & Mrs Clifton Latting Mr. & Mrs. James E. Lehe Mrs. Anita LeMay Ms. Ina B. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. Max Link Maurice & Marcella Little Mr. & Mrs. James A. Livingston, Jr. Mrs. Kathy Logue Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Love Ms. Jean Lubbert Mrs. Beverly M. Lucas Mr. & Mrs. Truitt Luckie Ms. Donna M. Lummus Mr. & Mrs. David E. Mackin Mr. Stevan Maglic & Ms. Leann Kinnunen Mrs. Mary Marcoux Ms. Cynthia Martin Mr. & Mrs. William F. Martin, III Mr. Jon R. Martinez Ms. Lois Mash Stanford & Nicole Massie Ms. Kim McClafferty Ms. Kimberly H. McCluney
Dr. Herb McCrimmon Mr. & Mrs. Philip I. McGrath Mr. & Mrs. George D. H. McMillan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard McPherson Mrs. Lynne McTyre Mr. & Mrs. Fred Medley Mr. & Mrs. David Middlebrooks Mrs. Jan A. Midgley & Mr. Dean Clark Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Miller Mrs. Sandra Miller Charles & Elizabeth Miller Dr. & Mrs. Patrick Mills, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mizzell Ms. Kathy Moll Mr. & Mrs. James J. Monaghan Mrs. Jane Moore Mr. & Mrs. Matt Moore Ms. Jean E. Mosley Mrs. Jane Mullins Mr. Drew Nelson Dr. & Mrs. Steve Nichols Mr. & Mrs. Ken Nichols Mr. & Mrs. Tom Norton Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. Oâ€™Connor Mr. James Oliver Mr. & Mrs. Dale Onstine Mrs. Nelda Osment Mr. & Mrs. Joe Owings Mr. & Mrs. William B. Parker Mr. Jason E. Patrick Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Patterson Ms. Pam Paustian Mr. & Mrs. Tom Pearson Mr. & Mrs. Gene Persall Joey & Adele Peters Mr. & Mrs. Ted Petras Maureen Pezzementi Mrs. Jane Cobb Pickering Mr. & Mrs. Peter Poerschke Mr. & Mrs. Steve Porter Mrs. Michelle Preston Mr. & Mrs. Jim Prestwood Ms. Susan Pretnar Mr. & Mrs. James Purnell Mr. & Mrs. William Rabel Mr. & Mrs. Gary Ray Mr. James H. Raynes Mr. & Mrs. Sam Reames Ms. Jennifer Reddish Mr. & Mrs. Jim Redwine Mr. & Mrs. Harry Reich Mr. Robert Reiche & Mrs. Ellen J. Schmidt Ms. Su Reid-St. John Mrs. Carol B. Rementer Mr. & Mrs. David Roberson Mrs. Sara M. Roseman Ms. Kathy Rowe Jim & Emily Rowland Mr. & Mrs. Samuel E. Russell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David N. Ryan Ms. Kit Samford Mr. & Mrs. William Sandlin Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Scott, Jr. Mrs. Hayden Scott Ms. Tammy Searcy Mr. & Mrs. Jay Segers Ms. Meredith Shah Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Sharp, Sr. Ms. Lanette Sherrill Mr. & Mrs. Jerry D. Singleton Mr. & Mrs. Steve Sisson Ms. Donna Slovensky Ms. Patricia M. Smith Ms. Mary Susan Smith
Mr. Allen Smith Mr. & Mrs. Steve Smith Mr. James Spector Mrs. Clifford M. Spencer Mrs. Brenda N. Stacey Dr. Christopher Stanley Dr. Shirley Steele Ms. Laura L. Steele & Mr. Chris Girkin Mr. & Mrs. Jason D. Stein Ms. Mary S. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. David Stewart Mr. Mark Stith Dr. Sharon Stocking Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Stoddard Dr. J. Michael Straughn Mr. & Mrs. James H. Strickland Mrs. Mary K. Stringfellow Mrs. Carole Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. James F. Sulzby, III Ms. Terri Tatton Mr. & Mrs. Bo Taylor Mrs. Judith F. Thomason Ms. Katherine Tipton Mrs. Helen V. Titus Ms. Beth Trupp Ms. Fannie Turner Mr. James Vinson Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Vitalis Judy & Ralph Wackenhut Mr. & Mrs. Macbeth Wagnon, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Phillip C. Watkins Ms. Lynn M. Watson Mr. & Mrs. Allen Weatherford, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. William B. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Reynolds D. Whatley Ms. Anna C. White Herb & Carol Wilbanks Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wilcox Mr. & Mrs. David T. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Abbott Williams Mr. & Mrs. John Williamson Mr. Johnny Wood Ms. Dorothy C. Wozny Mr. Steve Yester & Ms. Robyn White Mr. & Mrs. Jobey York Mr. & Mrs. John Yow
Trillium $45-59 Mr. Muhammad Kalim Ali Mr. David Alldredge Mr. & Mrs. Craig Allen, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walt Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson Mr. J.R. Andrews Mrs. Donna Atkins Mrs. Cheri Aycock Mr. Scott Barfoot Mr. & Mrs. Bob Beard Ms. Cathy Beasley Ms. Barbara Bell Mrs. Brenda Betts Ms. Kris Blevons Ms. Barbara Bonfield Ms. Teresa Boody Mrs. Katie Booth Ms. Angela Boozer Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bowman Mrs. Mary S. Bowman Mr. Arthur Bracewell Ms. Debbie Breaux Mrs. Donna Brown Little Mr. Benjamin Jack Bryan Jesse Bryson Ms. Donna W. Burson Mrs. Cathy Canant Dr. Richard Carroll Ms. Debbie Chandler
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Ms. Lyn Chappelle Mrs. Mary F. Cofield Mr. & Mrs. Coffee Colvin Mrs. Belton Cooper Ms. Kathleen Cooper & Mr. Kenny Watson Mrs. Anna Cox Ms. Sue Dalton Ms. Kay Dana Mr. & Mrs. Melvin H. Davis Mrs. Sandra S. Dean Mrs. Judith M. Deegan Ms. Julie C. Derscheid Dr. & Mrs. Jerry D. Dillard Mrs. Joseph M. Donald, Jr. Ms. Susan Dressler Mr. W.B. Dumas Mrs. Laurie M. Elmets Ms. Joanne Englebert Mr. & Mrs. Wayne A. Farris Ms. Jean Folsom Ms. Vicki French Ms. Deborah Fulton Mr. & Mrs. Sam Gaskins Mr. & Mrs. Christopher A. Glaub Ms. Rebecca R. Griffith Dr. Ward Haarbauer Mrs. Judy Hager Ms. Gina Hamel Ms. Virginia Hare Mrs. Theresa Harrison Mr. Tom Hart Ms. Nancy Hartsfield Ms. Jeremy B. Hayden Mr. Richard Healy Ms. Yvette Heath Mr. & Mrs. Craig Higgins Mr. & Mrs. George S. Hiller, III Mr. Keelon J. Hobbs Mr. & Mrs. Felix Hoke Ms. Suzanne Hovater Mr. & Mrs. John H. Howell Dr. Jeanne S. Hutchison Ms. Dolores Hydock Ms. Teresa Jang Mr. & Mrs. Dan W. Jones Ms. Lucy H. Kennedy Dr. Mohammad Khaled Mrs. Joy Larsen Dr. & Mrs. Brian Larson Mrs. Ann Lee Mrs. R. Edward Leslie Mr. & Mrs. William B. Lewis Mrs. Betty Lockhart Mr. James Malone Ms. Cecile L. Mason Mrs. Louis G. Mason Mrs. Rebecca Mason Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Massien Mrs. Kate Mather Mrs. Luverne Mattil Ms. Ellen McLaughlin Miss Virginia McLean Mr. John M. Mehler Mrs. Peggy Monroe Ms. Marcia Mouron Ms. Betty Navia Mrs. Andrea Newell Ms. Kim Ouellette Mrs. Paulette B. Parks Ms. Anne Parrish Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Parsons Mr. Steve Pearce Mrs. Ruth Pearce Ms. Martha Pezrow Dr. Jerry Phillips Ms. Carolyn Plott Mrs. Rodney B. Ramsay Mrs. Leslie Reagan
Ms. Brenda Reagan Dr. Linda Reed Dr. & Mrs. J. Walden Retan Ms. Mary Rhodes Mr. Clayton Richard Mrs. Judith Rives Ms. Gloria Russell Ms. Tana Samuels-Fair Ms. Linda Sanders Mrs. Carolyn Sankey Ms Karen Scott Dr. Gloria Sellman Mr. Terry Shaneyfelt Ms. Janet Sharpe Ms. Dale Sherer Mr. Ted Shields Mrs. Anne Shiller Pat Sholund Dr. Carol Smith Ms. Anne Smith Ms. Dorothy Smitherman Mrs. Sue Solomon Mrs. Donna Speegle Larry & Joalice Stephens Mrs. Nancy Stevens Ms. Louella L. Stinson Ms. Denyse Thornley-Brown Ms. Brenda Tiner Mr. & Mrs. Jay Townsend Ms. Christine Underwood Ms. Kimble Vardaman Ms. Cynthia V. Walters Dr. Beverly Warren-Lynch Ms. Shelley Watkins Mr. Charles Watson Mr. & Mrs. Billy Webb Ms. Patti A. Westbrook Ms. Laura Whitworth Ms. Lisa E. Wise Mrs. Walter Wood Mrs. Suzanne H. Woodall Mrs. Suzanne B. Wright Ms. Carolyn R. Wynn Ms. Charlotte C. Zarzaur
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Young Professional Ms. & Mr. Holly Chesnut Mr. Jonathan Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Murray Heath Ms. Cassandra Kellogg Mr. Miller Kreider Dr. Jon Ludwig Mr. & Mrs. S.B. Pinkerton Mary Reid & Meghan Reid Kathleen & Garrett Sherwood Ms. Lee R. Binion Mr. Mike Bounds Mrs. Sharon L. Bromberg Ms. Carol Crews Mr. Rusty McHan Miss Carrie Norton Mrs. Martha Norville Reverend Melvin Rodgers Mr. Daniel Singler Miss Rachel Singletary Ms. Rebecca Smith Miss C Nicole Sullivan Ms. Amber Trotman Ms. Antonia Viteri Mrs. Betty Warren
Mr. Andrew David Bennett Mr. Baxton Browning Ms. Marlee Hayes Mrs. Jane Henderson Ms. Shelby Utsey
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