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your community garden 2012 HAMILTON GARDENS ANNUAL REPORT

Hamilton Gardens Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds


the year in review Dear Friends, For many members of the Hamilton Gardens family, 2012 will be remembered as a year of making new friends, reconnecting with longtime supporters, and developing major community partnerships and collaborations. Unique programs that were enjoyed by members and visitors in 2012 were nurtured and took root throughout the preceding year. Here is just a sampling of these activities: Staff and Board members from the Gardens and the Towns County Elementary 21-Century After School Program invested significant time and energy in planning Education in the Gardens.This innovative exhibition and accompanying lectures beautifully reflected the mission of both organizations, encouraging strikingly inspired uses of flora and fauna and stewardship of Earth’s natural resources. For many months, Mountain Bee Association and the Gardens worked together to design an outdoor space at the Gardens to support a new Apiary. This partnership brought together a year-around food source of pollen and nectar for the millions of bees, to raise public awareness about the plight of honey bees, encourage visitors to plant bee-friendly gardens of their own, demonstrating the beauty and value of pollinator gardens. The following financial report demonstrates that Garden leaders and staff, members, and the community-at-large continue to be incredibly generous and supportive of the Gardens. Without your financial support, and the more that 5,000 hours of service contributed this year by the Gardens corps of 16 volunteers, we could not possibly continue to achieve excellence in the Garden’s four key mission areas: Conservation, Education, Exhibition, and Research. It is with great pride and gratitude that we share this annual report with you, and thank you for all that you have done to make 2012 a year of great success at the Gardens. With warmest regards,

Paul Hansen Curator

Catherine Hansen Garden/Retail Manager


Garden Structures

Storage Car Port 

Dismantled and removed o Structural PVC pipe frame dismantled and moved to GMF maintenance building

Damaged fence removed

Compost Area 

Dismantled, cleared and leveled out area

Potting Shed 

Removed damaged structure to Tractor Point


Vegetable Bed Area 

Dismantled, cleared and re-graded area

Installed New Working Bee Hive w/ Donated Bees and Hive (Mountain Bee Association)

Cypress Tree Area 

Cut and removed (3) fallen Cypress Trees

Cut and pruned back Crepe Myrtle field

Hot House (White Plastic Covered Building) 

Cleared out and repaired interior

Painted frame work w/Donated paint (Lowes)

Installed Donated artwork onto structure

Removed damaged storm door and replaced it w/ New door - Donated (Home Depot)

Repaired structure’s vent system

Weeded and re-graveled interior of structure


Shade House (Black Netting Covered Building) 

Removed old flooring

Weeded and re-graveled floor base w/ .5 yards of #57

Refaced front façade of structure

Installed New door - (built on site)

Painted structure w/Donated paint (Lowes)

Garden Shop (Main Wooden Building) 

Spent one (1) week cleaning out and making repairs (holes in main frames and floor boards)

Power washed and bleached entire building

Disposed of: o Out dated garden chemicals o Hand tools o Piping o Paper work (outdated brochures, magazines, fliers)

Sanded entire exterior of building

Painted exterior of building including trim w/ Donated paint (Lowes)

Installed Donated outdoor stereo/cd player

Installed Donated refrigerator

Rebuild front door making it into a ‘Dutch Style’

Installed New window box w/ plants - (built on site)

Set-up building for Retail Operation – w/ Donated POP Signage


Greenhouse (Building w/ All Glass) 

Removed dilapidated shade cloth from roof of building

Repaired main cooling fan inside Greenhouse

Repaired and replaced heads for the overhead irrigation system

Modified entire irrigation system for retail operation

Removed all dilapidated wood and trash

Removed all weeds and re-graveled interior floor

Power washed entire exterior and interior of building including: o All wooden tables o Washed interior windows w/ bleach o

Interior windows

o Exterior windows o Exterior cinder blocks 

Repainted exterior w/ Donated paint (Lowes)

Set-up building for Retail Operation – w/ Hanging Basket shopping area and POP Signage


Greenhouse/Retail Grounds Area

Entrance 

Re-graded and built New pathway entrance

Added landscape timbers to outline pathways

Built New retaining wall around Greenhouse Display Bed w/ Donated stone (Belgrade)

Designed, installed and landscaped New Greenhouse Display Bed area

Installed New water feature w/Donated Water Fountain (Paul & Catherine Hansen)

Installed electrical line to New Display Bed

Re-Built on site Donated Pergola (Paul and Catherine Hansen)

Ordered, arranged delivery and spread approx. 12 yards of #57 gravel throughout Retail Area walkways

Spread 25 yards w/ Donated mulch (Towns County)

Removed several dead trees from Retail Area o (3) Large Oak o (2) Dogwoods – Dead

Limbed up multiple Oak trees in Retail Shopping Area

Set-up buildings for Retail Operation – w/ POP Signage


Garden Entrance Ticket Booth 

Designed and Installed New sign arm for New Admission Sign

Cleaned and power washed interior and exterior of Ticket Booth

Installed New entrance door ‘Dutch Style’

Rebuilt the front steps to booth

Repaired holes in ticket booth

Installed New Donation Sign and painted post w/ Donated paint (Lowes)

Designed and Installed New window box - (built on site)

Installed and painted brochure display rack w/ Donated paint (Lowes)

Painted the exterior of ticket booth w/ Donated paint (Lowes)

Upper Parking Lot 

Cut back and pruned Crape Myrtles from 20 ft. level to 9 ft. level

Removed Dead 40 ft. White Pine trees (Blue Ridge Mountain EMC)

Limbed up all White Pine trees to 15 ft. level in parking lot

Mulched area between Ticket Booth and Concrete Picnic tables/Pavilion – 10 yards


Landscaped display bed at southern most end of parking lot w/ Donated plants: o Plum tree (1) o Wieglea (1) o Crepe Myrtles (3) o Perennial Grasses (2)

Installed (Postponed) New Split Rail Fence – Donated – on garden side of Parking Lot

Garden Entrance 

Designed and Constructed New Entrance Arbor – Summer 2012

Installed Hydrangea Tree at New Trailhead sign w/ Donated plant (Ingles)

Memorial Garden 

Constructed New entrance to Memorial Garden (parking lot entrance CLOSED)

Mulched entire Memorial Garden trail w/Donated Mulch (Towns County)

Installed New Dick Paris Memorial Display Bed – Memorial Garden (Dick Paris Memorial Fund)

Designed, installed and landscaped New Perennial Bed in Memorial Garden w/ Donated plants (Ingles)


Main Gardens 

Cleared trails (leaf blew) with help from County Prisoners (4 days) - Spring 2012: o Main Trail o Lakeview Trail o Emily P Jones Trail o Memorial Garden o Cut Across Trail

Mulched trails before seasonal opening with help from County Prisoners (1 day) - Spring 2012

Removal of dilapidated wooden benches placed throughout the garden trails


Bonnie Day Arbor 

Designed, installed, landscaped and completed “Proposed” Bonnie Day Arbor trail (see map)

o Installed New steps on backside of Arbor o Installed New Bridge – Donated o Removed 13 trees from arbor area including 3 downed trees that were 30+ feet tall o Installed New Walking trail w/ Donated bulbs bordering trail edges o Installed New Memorial Bench w/ Donated plants - landscaping the New seating area o Designed and installed New Memorial Bench w/ Donated plants landscaping the New seating area on Bonnie Day/Main Trail Exit


Fishing Hole Rock Trail 

Designed, Installed and completed “Fishing Hole Rock” trail (see map) o Designed and installed New Trail w/ logs outlining path o Designed and installed New eating area w/ Picnic table o Designed and installed New Memorial Bench w/ Donated plants landscaping the New seating area


Garden Bridge 

Designed, installed and landscaped New Statue Display Bed by garden bridge entrance w/ Donated Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Paul & Catherine Hansen)

Cut Across Trail 

Designed, installed and landscaped New Tulip display beds (6 display beds w/ 400 tulip bulbs) along Cut Across Trail w/Donated bulbs (John Scheepers)

Designed and installed New Memorial Benches (3) w/ Donated plants landscaping the New seating area


GMF Entrance Island 

Installed color beds – Spring & Fall

Cut back Crepe Myrtles – Early Spring

Cut back grasses – Spring & Fall

Repairs irrigation systems

Composts and mulch display beds

Daily pickup of trash

Administration Office 

Installed both color beds and planters – Spring & Fall

Cut back grasses – Spring & Fall

Cut back roses 4 times per year

Anderson Music Hall 

Installed both display color beds and annual whiskey barrel planters – Spring & Fall

Installed New landscape: o Nikko Blue Hydrangeas (2) o Crocosmia (3) o Loropetalum (2)


Fairgrounds 

Installed both color beds and planters – Spring & Fall

Installed hanging baskets (25 total)

Installed New display bed at Fairgrounds access gate to Anderson Music Hall: o Native Azalea (1) o Nikko Blue Hydrangea (1) o Purple Fountain Grass (1) o Bedding Annuals

Hamilton Gardens Exhibit Booth 

Designed and installed New booth area (approx. 800 sq. ft. of New exhibit space)

Designed and installed New walk through trail

Re-graded with #57 gravel – 3 yards

Mulched exhibit border area and pedestrian seating area

Installed New landscaping and water feature

Installed New temporary lighting

Built New Retail displays with additional display areas for large Perennial plants

Installed New POS signs throughout exhibit booth

Removed 3 dead trees from area

Limbed up canopy trees

Re-graded drainage from washing away gravel


Forestry Service Exhibit Building 

Installed New Mulch and Pea Gravel

Re-graded Entrance and Exit to building with pea gravel

Designed and landscaped displayed bed w/ Donated plants o Blackeyed Susans (6)

Trout Booth Food Court 

Designed and installed New privacy fencing

Cleared out and power washed entire Food Court (including picnic tables, propane tank, HVAC units, ice machine, craft office building and TC Band Booth)

Limbed up all trees in Food Court

Built and installed New fencing to hide: o Propane Tank o Smoker o HVAC Units

Spread 10 yards of #57 gravel

Placed picnic tables in New arrangement

New tables cloths to fit picnic tables

Revised food prices per Mr. Andersons request on order window sign

New flower pots for each picnic table in Food Court – (6)

New Hanging Baskets – (3)

New Whiskey Barrel Planter – (1)

Installed New Farm Equipment photo booth with Fall décor plants


Press

Television 

Windstream Channel 4 o ‘Common Cup’ – July 2

Radio 

WJUL Morning Show o

‘Good Morning Lake Chatuge’ - April 6

o ‘Good Morning Lake Chatuge’ - April 13

Towns County Herald 

Front Page – April 25

Front Page – June 13

Front Page – September 26

Page 3 – November 21


Garden Signage (All Signs Developed and Designed by Paul Hansen) Hamilton Gardens Signs 

Trailhead/Map Sign

All Garden Trail Signs (10)

Admission Sign

Donation Signs (3)

Garden Shop (3)

Retail Plant Signs (32)

Hamilton Gardens Directional Sign At the entrance to the main parking lot for the Fair there was a sign directing people to the fair and rhododendron gardens and was worn out and faded. With the help of garden staff, its director and volunteers, the sign was redesigned, printed and installed to help visitors with directions to the attractions the fairgrounds has to offer. 

Entrance to Main Parking Lot (1)


Promotional Material All of the promotional material that was coming from the Gardens or about the gardens received a new look. This new identity was rebranding of the Gardens as a whole. There are several different brochures on the gardens with no cohesive look.

(All Promotional Material Developed and Designed by Paul Hansen) Banners 

Additional signage was needed for the Gardens/Retail operation. This was to increase the foot traffic in both the Gardens and Retail area. We needed to direct the public from main entrance on Hwy. 76 up to the Gardens/Retail area. o Garden Shop (3)

Brochures/Posters 

With help from garden staff and director the Gardens received needed new look with a more cohesive voice (one look) explaining what the Gardens are all about. This in turn was the new Visitor Guide, Garden Membership brochure and Memorial and Tribute brochure. o Visitors Guide and Trail Map o Membership Brochure o Memorial and Tribute Brochure o Volunteer Application o Garden Poster


Garden Donations This year the garden staff and director focused more on donations to the gardens than ever before. With the help of large corporations and individuals the gardens were able to improve upon the rebranding effort. This was started by having moved new structure to the retail area of the garden. With the replacing of old and worn out elements in the garden (white house door), painting of buildings, resurfacing old buildings to look new again to adding additional plants to the garden, we have added a year round aspect. The garden staff and director have set into place the change necessary to increase the foot traffic need to make the garden financially stable.

Donors 

Fafard – Potting Soil

Ingles (Hiawassee) - Plants

Lowes – Paint

Home Depot – Storm Door

QMT – Windchime

John Scheepers – Bulbs

Hiawassee Garden Club – Bulbs

Applied Images – Signage

Paul & Catherine Hansen o Pergola o Stereo/CD Player w/Speakers o Disney Garden Statues (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) o Custom artwork for buildings (Garden Shop) o Storage Containers o Electrical Cords o Water Fountain - 3 tier - 5 ft. (Garden Shop) o Oversized Planter Urn (Garden Retail Entrance) o Plant Stand - 7 ft. tall (Garden Ticket Booth) o Building Artwork


o Refrigerator o Miscellaneous Office Supplies o Point of Purchase Proven Winner Sign Package (Garden Shop) o Adirondack Rocking Chairs (Garden Shop) o Custom Advertisement Chalk Boards (Garden Shop) o Col-Mat Sign Holders – Garden Center POS


Community Relations Contacts Made 

Billy Skaggs – COO, Georgia Department of Agriculture

Mike Starr – CEO, Fernbank

Dr. Allen Armitage – Professor, UGA

Dr. Paul Thomas – Professor, UGA

Glen Henderson – President, Mountain Bee Association

Frank Riley – Executive Director, Chestatee-Chattahoochee R C & D C, Inc.

Robert Brewer – Extension Agent, Towns/Union County

Dr. Melissa Williams – Superintendent, Towns County Schools

Debbie Horvath – Program Coord., 21st Century After School Program, TCE

Betty Grimes – Treasurer, National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Famers Market Booth 

Volunteered at Garden booth selling plants from the greenhouse and promoting Hamilton Gardens o May 19, 26 o June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Featured Speaker 

Hiawassee Garden Club – September Meeting

Young Harris Garden Club – October Meeting

UGA Extension Towns/Union Counties Master Gardener Program – August meeting


Educational Programs 

Towns County Elementary – 21 Century After School Program

UGA Extension Master Gardener Program partnership

Garden Club – Hiawassee partnership

Garden Club – Young Harris partnership

Miscellaneous Projects 

STIHL Equipment Discount Program – Participant in corporate discount program

All American Selection – Pending Display Bed Program Member (Approval in January 2013 at AAS Semi-Annual Board Meeting)

American Horticultural Society – Pending Directory listing and R A P Garden Member

Garden Club of Georgia – Pending grant for plant identification signs


TOTAL GARDEN OPERATION PAYROLL 7%

DONATIONS 13%

INCOME 52% EXPENSE 28%


TOTAL GARDEN OPERATING REPORT 2012 a 'not for profit' organization… Description

Total

INCOME TOTAL REVENUE

$

37,371.16

$

19,812.31

TOTAL PAYROLL

$

4,993.50

DONATIONS TOTAL DONATION

$

9,100.36

TOTAL INCOME

$

37,371.16

TOTAL EXPENSE/PAYROLL

$

24,805.81

TOTAL PROFIT

$

12,565.35

TOTAL PROFIT W/ DONATIONS

$

21,665.71

EXPENSE TOTAL EXPENSE

PAYROLL


OPERATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE SPECIAL PROJECTS 9% MEMORIAL PROGRAM 6%

EQUIPMENT 0%

GRANT 5%

OPENING BUDGET 15% ADMISSION 16%

GARDEN SHOP/PLANT SALES 49%


OPERATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE 2012 a 'not for profit' organization… Units

Description

Price

Total

OPENING BUDGET GARDEN OPENING BUDGET

$

592.00

SPRING RHODODENDRON PLANT SALE OPENING BUDGET

$

5,000.00

$

6,070.84

$

17,935.32

(TOTAL START-UP BUDGET FOR 2012 - $5,000.00 )

ADMISSIONS RHODODENDRON GATE SALES/STUMP FUNDS - SPRING 2012

GARDEN SHOP/PLANT SALES RETAIL SALES 11

FLATS OF FALL COLOR SOLD AT COST TO GMF

$

11.00

$

121.00

$

11.00

$

242.00

(PER MYERS REQUEST FOR HARRY'S HOUSE) 22

FLATS OF FALL COLOR SOLD AT COST TO GMF (USED TO PLANT FRONT ISLAND, MAIN OFFICE AND MUSIC HALL)

MEMORIAL PROGRAM 2

BENCHES

$

825.00

$

1,650.00

3

PLAQUES

$

200.00

$

600.00

DICK PARIS MEMORIAL BED

$

1,380.00

SPLIT RAIL FENCE

$

1,930.00

$

100.00

$

1,750.00

$

37,371.16

SPECIAL PROJECTS

EQUIPMENT STIHL REBATE

GRANT AMERICAN RHODODENDRON SOCIETY

INCOME TOTAL


OPERATING EXPENSE MEMORIAL PROGRAM 9% SIGNS 6%

EQUIPMENT 3% SPECIAL PROJECTS 9%

SUPPLIES/MATERIAL 6%

HORTICULTURE MARKETING LICENSE 0% 1% SPRING RHODODENDRON SALE/PLANT PURCHASE 28%

GARDEN SHOP/ WHOLESALE PLANT PURCHASE 38%


OPERATING EXPENSE REPORT 2012 a 'not for profit' organization… PAGE 1 Total

Description SPRING RHODODENDRON SALE/PLANT PURCHASE (J. JENKINS) TRANSPLANT NURSERY

$

4,557.65

HOME PLACE GARDEN NURSERY

$

685.50

ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDENS

$

360.00

SUNSHINE MOUNTAIN FARMS

$

3,470.00

REDBUD LANE NURSERY

$

1,742.40

NEPTUNE'S NURSERY

$

965.00

LUTON'S NURSERY

$

925.15

ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDENS

$

281.25

CLASSIC GROUND COVERS

$

117.00

$

593.34

ELLERS ELECTRONICS (PRINTER INK )

$

34.23

WAL-MART (PRINTER INK )

$

33.17

DOLLAR GENERAL (SHARPE MARKERS )

$

4.60

FRED'S (RECEIPT BOOKS )

$

6.10

HOLCOMB OFFICE SUPPLY

$

47.06

INGLES (POTTING SOIL )

$

81.42

RITE AID (FALL PLANTING WAGONS )

$

132.17

HOME DEPOT (GARDEN SUPPLIES )

$

21.85

MISCELLANEOUS - TOTAL SUPPLIES/MATERIAL

$

98.76

$

150.00

LOWES (SPLIT RAIL FENCE/QUIK CRETE )

$

1,264.03

WINN LANDSCAPING (TREE - DICK PARIS MEMORIAL )

$

89.00

LEWIS NURSERY (PLANTS - DICK PARIS MEMORIAL )

$

167.00

APPALACHIAN MULCH (COMPOST - DICK PARIS MEMORIAL )

$

242.00

GARDEN SHOP/WHOLESALE PLANT PURCHASE (C. HANSEN)

SUPPLIES/MATERIAL HIAWASSEE HARDWARE (LUMBER/GARDEN SUPPLIES/ FERTILIZERS/HERBICIDES )

PAID OUT TO PAUL HANSEN RICKY ROGERS (GARDEN SHOP GRAVEL )

SPECIAL PROJECTS


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EQUIPMENT NELSON'S (BATTERY OPERATED CHAIN SAW W/CHARGER )

$

559.88

HIAWASSEE AUTO PARTS (GARDEN VEHICLE - MULE )

$

13.17

$

1,159.88

SIGNS THE FOLLOWING TOTAL INCLUDES THE LIONS CLUB DIRECTIONAL SIGN LOCATED AT MAIN PARKING LOT ENTRANCE APPLIED IMAGES (INCLUDES ALL TRAIL SIGNS / BANNERS / ADMISSION SIGNS / YARD SIGNS / PLAQUES )

MEMORIAL PROGRAM BENCHES 1

FRANK MUNSEY HYDE II

$ 787.37

$

787.37

1

C. BRYAN WELCH

$ 829.87

$

829.87

PLAQUES 1

JANIS & ERIK BROMANIS

$

79.09

$

79.09

1

VFW LADIES AUXILIARY POST #7807

$

76.63

$

76.63

1

TOMMY J ASHBY SR

$

76.70

$

76.70

$

125.00

$

36.04

$

19,812.31

HORTICULTURE LICENSE GEORGIA DEPART OF AGRICULTURE

MARKETING VISITOR'S GUIDE (PRINTING - TOWNS COUNTY CHAMBER )

EXPENSE TOTAL


PAYROLL REPORT 2012 a 'not for profit' organization… HRS

Description

RATE

Total

LABOR 492.35 GARDEN SHOP MANAGER (CATHERINE HANSEN )

$

10.00

TRANSPORTATION EXPENSE (JERRY JENKINS )

PAYROLL TOTAL

$

4,923.50

$

70.00

$

4,993.50


DONATION REPORT 2012 a 'not for profit' organization… UNITS

Description

PRICE

Total

N/C

N/C

GARDEN DONATIONS TOWNS COUNTY (MULCH ) 3

LOWE'S (VALSPAR EXTERIOR PAINT )

$

67.00

$

201.00

1

HOME DEPOT (STORM DOOR )

$

104.00

$

104.00

42

FAFARD (POTTING SOIL )

$

8.58

$

360.36

1

QMT (WINDCHIME )

$

259.00

$

259.00

1

JOHN SCHEEPERS (TULIP BULBS - 425 )

$

231.00

$

231.00

1

INGLES (PLANTS )

$ 2,000.00

$

2,000.00

WINN LANDSCAPING (2-MAN AUGUR )

N/C

N/C

HIAWASSEE GARDEN CLUB (BULBS )

N/C

N/C

1

PERGOLA

$ 1,500.00

$

1,500.00

1

DISNEY GARDEN STATUES (SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS )

$

500.00

$

500.00

1

GARDEN CENTER RETAIL SIGN HOLDERS

$

275.00

$

275.00

1

CASH DONATIONS

$ 1,930.00

$

1,930.00

1

GRAVEL (NON-PROFIT COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT )

$

30.00

$

30.00

1

SPLIT RAIL FENCE (NON-PROFIT COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT )

$

65.00

$

65.00

1 1 1

MOUNTAIN BEE ASSOCIATION (BEE HIVE ) (QUEEN AND BEES ) REFRIGERATOR (GARDEN SHOP BUILDING )

$ $ $

250.00 100.00 95.00

$ $ $

250.00 100.00 95.00

1

STEREO/CD PLAYER (GARDEN SHOP BUILDING )

$

65.00

$

65.00

2

ADIRONDACK ROCKING CHAIRS (GARDEN SHOP )

$

75.00

$

150.00

1

WATER FOUNTAIN - 3 TIER - 5 FT (GARDEN SHOP )

$

150.00

$

150.00

1

OVERSIZED PLANTER URN (GARDEN RETAIL ENTRANCE )

$

250.00

$

250.00

1

PLANT STAND - 7 FT TALL (GARDEN TICKET BOOTH )

$

150.00

$

150.00

1

POINT OF PURCHASE PROVEN WINNER SIGN PACKAGE (GARDEN SHOP )

$

35.00

$

35.00

2

CUSTOM ADVERTISEMENT CHALK BOARDS (GARDEN SHOP )

$

100.00

$

200.00

CUSTOM ARTWORK FOR BUILDINGS (GARDEN SHOP )

$

50.00

$

200.00

$

9,100.36

4

IN ADDITION TO ALL OF THE ABOVE LIST DONATIONS: THE GARDENS HAVE LOGGED OVER 5,000 HOURS OF VOLUNTEER TIME. BEGINNING IN SPRING WITH THE TICKET BOOTH, GARDEN SALES AND ASSISTANCE DURING RHODODENDRON FESTIVAL, CONTINUING THROUGH THIS WINTER SEASON.

DONATION TOTAL


MISSION The Garden’s commitment to the community is to advance excellence in education, research, exhibition, and conservation of mountain plants of the world with emphasis on the Southern Appalachian Mountains. We will ensure that the Garden is always a compelling attraction that brings to life the many wonders of the Appalachian Mountains.

Hamilton Gardens Georgia Georgia Mountain Mountain Fairgrounds Fairgrounds

1311 Music Hall Road | Hiawassee, Georgia | 30546 | 706.896.4191


Financial Report 2012