Community briefs: Winners named in Senior Citizen Flower Show

Staff reportsJune 4, 2014 

Wilburn Hill received the Best of Show Award in Keep Warner Robins Beautiful’s Senior Citizen Flower Show.


Keep Warner Robins Beautiful recently held a Senior Citizen Flower Show as part of Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup.

Wilburn Hill won the Best of Show award for his amaryllis cut flowers, according to a news release. Other winners in the following categories were:

CUT SPECIMEN: First place, Wilburn Hill; second place, Carmen Petties; third place, Frances Roland.

CONTAINER GROWN PLANT: First place, Mae Hill; second place, Connie Engen; third place, Betty Hewitt.

FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS: First place, Connie Engen; second place, Charline Mays; third place, Betty Hewitt.

Conservancy to offer spiritual event for women

A spiritual workshop for women, Sacred Paths: Meditative Prayer Walks in Nature, will be held June 21 from 1-5 p.m. at Blue Heron Lake Nature Conservancy, 257 Norwood Springs Road, Fort Valley. Topics include learning effective prayer practices, discovering spiritual lessons in nature and more. Call Sondra Franceil at 478-822-9165 for more information or to pre-register. The cost is $15 by June 14 or $25 walk-in.

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