Tri-Cities Daylily Society Summer Meeting and Garden Tours
June 21 -23, 2013
Herb Saplings is a focus group sponsored by SAPS which meets several times each year focusing on the growing and a variety of uses for Herbs in our Society including my favorite, cooking. Details of the meetings is posted in the Wheelbarrow and occassionally will be listed in the events section.
Other groups that are not affiliated with SAPS but in general are considered to be focus groups are listed below:
March 2011 Smoky Mountain Orchid Society
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 865-828-8055, or call Rosalie Peters at 865-376-7939.
Visit the OSET BLOGSPOT http://oset2010.blogspot.com/
Directions to the Gray Community Center
Directions from I 26(I-181) – Take the Gray exit #13 and turn Right. Turn Left onto Old Gray Station Road from the traffic light in front of Dairy Queen. Take the 1st Left onto Gray Station Road. Take the 2nd Right onto Gray Ruritan Drive. The 2nd building on your Left is the Gray Community Center. This building is located next to the Gray Volunteer Fire Department.
Washington County Beekeeper Association
The Washington County Beekeeper Association (WCBKA) meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Boone’s Creek Christian Church next to the Johnson City Power Board. For a copy of the newsletter, please email John Snavely who is a member of SAPS board of Directors and is the current President of WCBKA. In addition to educational meeting there is a bee inspector availavaile in each of our surrounding counties to inspect your hive or to answer questions about honey bees. For a copy of the newsletter an announcement to the next class or meeting please email John Snavely at email@example.com
Bee Culture, the magazine of American Beekeeping http://www.beeculture.com/ or from the on lineUT Extension publication http://www.utextension.utk.edu/publications/pbfiles/PB1745.pdf
Master Gardeners of Northeast Tennessee For more information:
The American Horticultural Society (AHS) is one of the oldest national gardening organizations in the country. www.ahs.org