2018 Regional Meeting

The Duties of
the Chairperson:

  • Appoint new or reappoint committee chairs after the election
  • Set dates for meetings at the Cooperative Ext. and Colonie Library
  • Insure Treasurer sends Insurance Certificate to the Cooperative Extension
  • Insure auction plants are selected for the Members’ Sale
  • Be available if Babysitter Committee needs help
  • Submit paperwork for a table at the spring Garden Show
  • Prepare and submit article for the Regional newsletter twice a year
  • Make sure there’s a committee for the annual sale and tasks are outlined so everything is done on time
  • Keep and update a calendar of events to
    insure all tasks by
    operating committees
    are accomplished on a timely basis and in time
    for the event
  • Keep in touch with
    Regional leaders to be informed about Regional events. Make arrangements for attendance at Regional meetings

each photo. Each member may submit up to two (2) photos per category.

The categories for this year’s photo contest are as follows:

  • BEST Shade Plant (s) that is NOT a Hosta.
  • BEST Hosta in a Pot (plain pot or decorative pot)
  • BEST Vegetable Garden shot

With permission, Dave Jennings would like to again scan your photos so that they can be used in one of their future newsletters. (A simple permission Form will be distributed at the meeting.) He will return originals once they are scanned for future use in our Shades of Green Newsletter if you request them.

So please consider entering those beautiful photos and of course ribbons will be once again awarded!

Please contact Cindy Jennings:
if you have any questions.

2018 Regional Meeting

There will be a Regional Meeting in 2018 – it will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 27th to 29th. The website is up and running with hotel information, schedules and registration information. The keynote speaker is Allan Banks, who is a member of the Nova Scotia Daylily Society and hybridizes locally in Nova Scotia. He has 30 registered daylilies. Get more information on the website:

Notes from the meeting of
October 21st, 2017

Pat and Don Salhoff reported that we are able to water the gardens at the Cooperative Extension. We will consider putting soaker hoses in the gardens. They will also put an article in the Master Gardener newsletter advertising for someone to work in the display gardens on a routine basis to keep up with the weeding and other tasks.

We used to have tour of members’ gardens during peak daylily season. We will look into the possibility of doing that again next year.