Come and see
Visitors are welcome at every meeting.
Oct 11, 20 General Meeting – 1:30 Garden Council Bldg
Nov 8, 20 Garden Council Meeting – 2166 Virginia Ave – 9:00am
Nov 8, 20 General Meeting – 1:30 Garden Council Bldg
Dec 12, 20 Holiday Party – Lunch – 1:00 pm – Edison Restaurant
Jan 10, 20 Garden Council Meeting – 2166 Virginia Ave – 9:00 am
Jan 12, 20 GENERAL MEETING – 1:30 Garden Council bldg
Jan 18, 20 Winter Plant Sale – (Sat) Salvation Army 10 – 5
Feb 9, 20 General Meeting – 1:30 pm Garden Council Bldg
Mar 8, 20 General Meeting – 1:30 pm Garden Council Bldg
Mar 13, 20 Garden Council Meeting – 2166 Virginia Ave – 9 am
NOTICE: ALL EVENTS FROM THIS DATE UNTIL THE END
OF OUR FISCAL YEAR, JUNE 30 2020 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED
DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS.
Mar 14, 20 March In The Park & Plant Sale – Cape Coral
Apr 18, 20 JEH Annual Picnic – Lakes Park – (Saturday)
May 8, 20 Garden Council Meeting – 2166 Virginia Ave – 9 am
May 9, 20 General Meeting – 1:30 pm (SATURDAY)
Jun 7, 20 ANNUAL SHOW/PLANT SALE – Araba Shriners
Jun 19, 20, 21, 2020 AHS Convention in Florida
WATCH FOR UPDATES IN THE MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS!!!
(Check Individual Event/Meeting pages for more information)
We are having a Winter E-Mail Plant Sale like the one we had in Summer.
We are including anyone who hears about it and wants to order some
hibiscus plants. The grower has very strict rules about ordering.
You have to have your order into us with your payment by
October 15, 2020, and plants will be available for pick-up on Jan 16, 2021.
Plant Order Form will be emailed to everyone on our Membership List,
and anyone else who hears about our E-mail Plant Sale and wants to Order.
Anyone can get a plant order form by email request from:
firstname.lastname@example.org (or) email@example.com.
We will have the bloom photos on our website:
www.hendrychapterhibiscus.com under the heading “Hibiscus”
“Year 2021” Hover over the bloom photo and you will see the plant name
appear through the bloom. Everyone will need to get their order in the mail
with a check for the total made payable to:
A. H. S. (American Hibiscus Society)
All Plant Orders will need to be received and paid for by October 15, 2021.
You can either send a check with your order, or you can pay by a credit card
to either Jack Bernatz (239-738-3796) or Charlotte Harff (239-222-7038).
Plant orders can be mailed to:
Charlotte Harff, Treasurer AHS,
1301 S.E. 20th Ct., Cape Coral, Florida 33990
If you think your order or check may not get to Charlotte on time,
email your plant order to: firstname.lastname@example.org
and call Charlotte to put your payment on a credit card.
All plants will be sold for the price of:
$10.00 each for all 4″ plants, and
$20.00 each for all 3 gallon plants.
Our 2021 Winter Plant Sale plants will be available for pick up on
Saturday, January 16 2021
(Plant pick-up will be at Jack Bernatz and Charlotte Harff’s home),
1301 S.E 20th Ct, Cape Coral, Florida 33990
Plant Pick-up will run between 1:00 to 3:00 pm or until all plants are gone.
Watch for 2021 Plant Bloom Photos on our website:
The James E Hendry Chapter Hibiscus Society
hereby announces that our Annual Christmas Party for all
Members and Guests, usually held on a Saturday Evening,
has changed this year to an Annual Holiday Luncheon. “Save the Date.”
Date: Saturday, December 12, 2020 Start Time: 12:00 noon
Place: Edison Restaurant & Event Center
3583 McGregor Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 33901
THE NOVEMBER GENERAL MEETING WILL HAVE A SIGN-UP SHEET FOR REGISTRATION
The Luncheon Buffet will Include:
A House Salad (Mixed Greens, Tomato, Cucumbers, Onions, Shredded Carrots)
Freshly Baked Dinner Rolls with Butter
Chicken Picatta (Sauteed Boneless Breast of Chicken,Butterflied and pounded,
in a Zesty Lemon, Caper, and Butter Sauce)
Top Round of Beef
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Chef’s Choice of Vegetable
Chef’s Custom Dessert Display
Founded in 1952 as a non-profit organization
Named after James E. Hendry Jr., one of the founding members, we are the oldest Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society. Located in beautiful Fort Myers, Florida, our mission is to encourage and promote the development and improvement of hibiscus rosa-sinensis, the “Queen of the Tropics”, throughout Southwest Florida.
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