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    • Garden Elements Jingle Bell Jog Jingle Bell Jog 5K and Reindeer Relays returns to the Botanical Garden on Saturday, December 21 at 8:00 am. Registration fee is $25 before the races and $30 on the day of the races. Proceeds support the Botanical Garden’s education and entertainment activities that involve thousands of children and adults each year. Those who register by December 10 will guarantee their tee shirt size. This year’s event includes individual and team divisions as well as a twoperson relay. Participants may sign Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 1 up for the 5K as individuals or with friends to form a team of five or more. Two people can register for the relay and kids under 12 can join the fun in the Garden Fun Run. Runners and walkers can add to the holiday spirit by wearing Santa hats, reindeer antlers, elf ear, holiday stockings, bells and lights – whatever adds sparkle and jingle to the races. The festive morning includes a complimentary breakfast, music, race awards, door prizes and prizes for costumes, special guests and the magic of the holiday season at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Sponsors for the day are Fayetteville Autopark, The Bank of Fayetteville, Arkansas Medical Imaging and OPEN MRI, Signature Bank of Arkansas and Clif Bar and Company. Register at BGO, 750-2620, at Fleet Feet Sports or online at www.registerwizard.com. For more information visit www.bgozarks.org. Winter 2013 Gardenland Express Trains and the holidays just seem to go together and at the Botanical Garden, train-lovers and holiday-lovers have a great opportunity to enjoy both on weekends in early December. Gardenland Express returns to BGO on Sundays and Saturdays, beginning December 1. Sunday hours on December 1, 8 and 15 are 1:00 to 3:00 pm and Saturday hours on December 7 and 14 are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under. December 7 is also the date for the Fayetteville Holiday Farmers’ Market from 9:00 to 2:00. Holiday shoppers can find seasonal produce, holiday crafts and art, furniture and baskets, and baked goods for holiday feasting. For Gardenland, the garden staff transforms the Event Hall into a winter wonderland of snow villages, greenery, holiday scenes and trains, trains, trains. The Northwest Arkansas Railroad Society and the Sugar Creek Train Club provide the trains that run on layers of tracks through the winter landscape. Children can get a close-up view of the trains as they barrel around the layers of tracks. In addition to the trains, Gardenland Express includes visits with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, refreshments, and a mini-gift shop featuring train-related toys, books and other holiday items for children. Outside on the Great Lawn sidewalk, the Rowan Express barrel train gives kids the opportunity to ride the rails themselves. Sponsors for Gardenland Express are Bank of America, CitiScapes, 3 W, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, KUAF, Warm 94.9, US 94, 1030 KFAY-AM and KRUZ 94.9. 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • From The Director: Ron Cox The theme or focus for the Garden, as we complete our sixth year, has been Learn.Play.Grow at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. This focus highlights the mission of the Botanical Garden. One of the main missions of the Garden is to provide education. Thanks to our many excellent volunteers, the Garden provides nature education opportunities to over 10,000 children throughout the year and adult classes in the winter and early spring. Numerous events, like free concerts, are offered throughout the year for enjoyment of the community. With its beautiful grounds, the Garden is a unique recreational venue. Our plant life and whimsical garden features can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages. The nine themed gardens offer a demonstration of plants which can be grown in the Northwest Arkansas region. New features continue to be added to the Garden each year. For example, among the most recent additions are the Yates Boardwalk over the water containment basin in the Rock and Water Garden and the Nature Education Cottage in the Children’s Garden. The Klingaman Arboretum, located south of Hilton creek in the meadow area, continues to grow and expand. The Garden’s Board of Directors is working on the plans for a Nature Education Building to be located at the far west end of the 2014 Bridal Reception Date: January 6th – 18th Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm By Appointment Only The Garden is a unique place for your wedding, reception or rehearsal dinner. The Garden was recently voted “Best Place to Get Married ” by CitiScapes magazine for the fifth year. Tour the gardens for your special occasion to be booked at the Garden. Leading wedding planner, Claudia Slezak will transform the Event Hall and Terrace to display the newest spring, fall, summer and winter table themes. A faux wedding ceremony will be set up on Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 2 the Terrace. Visitors will get to sample delicious food from the new caterer, Early Bird Catering, cake from a local bakery and see different ideas from invitations to flowers. Intents Party Rental will have several of their new items on display. Other top vendors from Northwest Arkansas will be involved. The event is FREE. Dates are booking fast, so schedule your tour soon. TOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. The Reception will be held January 6th- 18th 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. After hour tours may be scheduled. meadow. The support of BGO’s members and donors enables the Garden to showcase the beauty of nature and provide educational opportunities. This support is greatly appreciated and we hope it will continue as the BGO plans for growth. “For a limited time, get a free year’s subscription to Better Homes & Gardens magazine with your new or renewed BGO membership! Courtesy of America Public Gardens Association.” 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • Volunteers Make it Happen My, how big you’ve grown. Like most of us, I’ve made that comment to the grandchildren on numerous occasions and – because of my special interest – to various trees I’ve planted. Growth is an organic process that takes input of various kinds of resources, a bit of tender, loving care and time. We tend to be an impatient species who wants things to be done yesterday, but growth just can’t be rushed. It happens at its own pace. We’re growing here at the BGO and that growth is a direct result of the various kinds of resources you, our members and friends, have committed to nurturing this growth. Each year since we opened six years ago we have grown in the number of garden visitors strolling our pathways, the number of children visiting and learning about nature through interaction with our gardens, and the number of Northwest Arkansas supporters who are aware of the beauty and inspiration we are bringing to the region. Each year we’ve also grown physically with more gardens, outstanding features such as the butterfly house, longer garden paths to explore and the new arboretum planting on the south side of the creek that will be living infrastructure for future development that will begin in the not too distant future. This growth could not have happened without the support of our members and friends. In addition to the all important financial support, we also are beneficiaries of the sweat off your Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 3 brow. Without our volunteers, the BGO couldn’t survive. In our last reporting year 217 volunteers put in 7,904 hours worth an estimated $227,809 helping the garden grow. Many of our volunteers – office, education, events and garden workers – are Master Gardeners who have chosen the BGO as their sanctioned project where they earn their service hours every year. The front desk volunteers and tour guides provide an invaluable service as they greet guests, answer the phone and generally provide the friendly public face for the garden. Judy Smith has a cadre of educational volunteers that help out with all of the children’s educational events and bring their passion and enthusiasm to the fore each time an event occurs. Liz Esch’s community of dependable and ever enthusiastic volunteers show up for each major event, assisting with set up, admissions, food and beverage service, and clean up. Susan Jenkins is our resident dumpster diver who gives us her special hard look whenever we try to take a shortcut and not follow her recycling guidelines. Little Sprouts – our fun and heartwarming program for preschool age children – couldn’t happen without the volunteers that help Dani Dingman pull it off. Out in the garden itself we have our regular Wednesday garden crew that help Susan Regan and Lissa Morrison with the various tasks that keep the garden beautiful throughout the year. The butterfly house has undergone a metamorphosis as it has hatched its own group of volunteers – the Butterfly Nannies – to tend to theif specialized needs . Other specialized volunteer crews have developed that work in the natives garden, maintaining the water gardens and our indefatigable mowing crew. I’ve had my own volunteers – for example Charles Richardson who has shown up on Wednesdays for years – and a long list of student interns and others who want to help out and get some behind the scenes experience working in a public garden. There are many ways to volunteer, so if you have a special passion such as rock gardening, tree care, propagation, or something else, come talk to us. Another group of supporters are the tradesmen who support our work by providing in-kind donations of goods and services that help us stretch our limited resources to the max. Local nurseryman and tree lover Russell Black at Westwood Gardens helped immeasurably in our first major arboretum planting last spring. Mary Ann King of Pine Ridge Gardens in London, AR, Frank Sharum at Sharum’s Garden Center, Trey Morrison at White River Nursery, the folks at Bradford’s Nursery in Rogers and staff members at Home Depot and Lowes have also helped provide plants and supplies either free or at deep discounts. Daryl Revelle has done our irrigation work since inception and I really appreciate how he and Corey Scates at Keeling Irrigation have worked with us to keep the garden green and growing through the tough startup years. Likewise, Phil Talbert and his technicians at Spring-Green have done a great job of keeping our zoysia lawn looking its best. Ron Troutman and his Boulder Construction crews have also done yeomen’s work by installing many of our new concrete walkways for just the cost of materials. Without all this help our growth would have been much slower. Much thanks to all that has been given over the years to make the BGO a reality. Gerald Klingaman Operations Director 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • Education Focus @BGO Education is one of the major missions of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Children’s Education Programs at the BGO remain the focus with such major activities as Earth Day, Little Sprouts preschool day programs, Explore@BGO summer day camp, and Butterfly Days elementary school education. These programs and others continue to grow at the Garden. In 2012, the Garden provided an outdoor classroom for over 7,500 children. In 2013 through September, the Garden has provided an outdoor nature classroom for 9,890 children. Another 650 are scheduled in October and November. Statistics provided by the American Public Garden Association indicate that a garden the size of the BGO would normally serve a population of 3,400 school children during a year. The BGO serves many more than other similar botanical gardens thanks to our dedicated volunteers and education sponsors such as Tyson Foods, Cox Communications, the Schmieding Foundation and P&G. The volunteers and garden staff work to insure the quality of the programs offered improves even as the number of children participating increases. The education sponsors are important to the Garden because they help underwrite a portion of the cost of providing the education programs. The Botanical Garden has, for a number of years, spent more on its education programs than it receives in revenue to cover these programs. In 2012, the Garden received $20,567 in education program support and $20,480 in education grants, but had education expenses totaling $65,686. For some of the education programs such Butterfly Days and Earth Day, the Garden receives a payment of $4.00 per child per day. However, the overall cost per day per child at the BGO is just under $7.00. This cost per day is well under the national average which generally exceeds $10.00 per child per day. The BGO manages its resources and makes good use of the funds donated by its supporters. The Children’s Education Programs at the Garden will remain a focus and continue to increase in the numbers served and to improve in the quality of the programs offered. Winter Classes Saturday, January 11 at 10:00 in the Greenhouse - Vessel Making with Susan Regan - $35 Member/ $40 Non Member Saturday, February 8 at 10:00 am - Succulent Café: Use Your Own Container to Create a Durable Display - $35 Member/ $40 Non Member Thursday, March 13 at 7:00 - Oaks: The Queens of the Ozarks program with Gerald Klingaman, free Tuesday, March 18 at 4:00 and at 5:30 - Rain Barrel Workshops, $25 each session Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 4 Chefs In the Garden This year’s event was the best one yet! The chefs were so creative, offering Blue Crab Stuffed Button Mushrooms, Garden Primavera: Tri-Colored Penne Tossed with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Grilled Chicken and a Medley of Garden Vegetables, Shrimp & Grits Italiano and Crème Brulee Tartlets. Glazer Distributors provided a broad selection of wines and beer, with Skinny Girl Cosmopolitans as the signature cocktail! Café Rue Orleans won “2013 Most Popular Restaurant” at Chefs in the Garden. The setting, food, drinks, music, photobooth and so much more made the event memorable to the guests that came from Northwest Arkansas, Little Rock and Fort Smith. The Garden would like to thank our Honorary Chair, Kelly Zega, for being so supportive of our growth, education and events. The Garden would also like to thank Filippo Berio for being the presenting sponsor, and CocaCola, Glazer’s, Intents Party Rental, Metropolitan National Bank, Cole Fennel Photography, Dancenhance Entertainment, Events Interior Fabrics and Design and Pigmint for being the sponsors. Another thank you to the Presenting Media Sponsor: Citiscapes, 3W, AY, Celebrate, Warm 94.9, US 94, 1030 KFAY-AM and Power 105.7. We appreciate our dedicated chefs from Café Rue Orleans, Early Bird Catering, Fayetteville Country Club, GC Catering, Greenhouse Grille, Meridienne Dessert Salon, Mermaids, Starbuck’s, The Hive@21c, Vetro 1925 and Yarnell’s Ice Cream, for making such spectacular food for the event. We are currently looking for Sponsors and Chefs for the 2014 Chefs in the Garden. 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • New Staff @BGO Lynne Yenawine is familiar to Master Gardeners as the person behind the wimoflar e-mail address used to communicate with Washington County MGs. Lynne is a past president of WCMG. She is a Wisconsin native with a wide array of work experiences. She has been an administrative assistant and office manager for insurance companies, worked as a kindergarten aide in a Fayetteville school and supervised restaurant employees. She now has her own business, Lynne’s Custom Quilts and her interests include quilting and upholstery as well as horses and gardening. She has a son attending Clemson University and a daughter who is a Clemson grad. Lynne’s title is Social Media Coordinator and her responsibilities include updating the website, posting to Facebook, and designing and sending out the electronic bulletins each month. Judie Branson is a familiar face at BGO. She became a Master Gardener in 2009 and begin volunteering in the BGO office that same year. She is a past Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 5 president of the Washington County Master Gardeners, and has been chairman of various MG committees. She is a member of the Arkansas Daylily Society and the American Hemerocallis Society. Judie is so committed to BGO that she has involved her grandchildren in volunteering with us. Nathan and Mia were station assistants at Butterfly Days in September and Mia helped in the store at Firefly Fling last summer. Judie lives in Springdale in a garden full of daylilies and companion plants. She is still working at Walmart but looking forward to retiring and spending more time at BGO. Judie’s title is Membership/Contributions Coordinator and she will be sending out membership renewal reminders, new member and current member letters and cards and contribution thank-you letters. She will also be keeping the membership and contribution databases up to date. BGO Board of Directors Walt Eilers, President, Business & Fundraising Consultant Martha McBride, Vice President, Realtor, Crye-Leike Realtors Chris Bell, Treasurer, Metropolitan National Bank Linda McMath, Secretary, Community Volunteer Bo Bittle, President, Signature Bank Catherine W. Bass, Retired Broadcast Executive Aaron Bleidt, Managing Director, Vantage Point Communications Byron Humphry, Parks Maintenance Superintendent, City of Fayetteville Dr. Rita Littrell, Director, Moore Center for Economic Education, U of A Karen Leach, Community Volunteer Joyce Mendenhall, Lifetime Master Gardener, Cooperative Extension Service, U of A David Proffitt, Financial Representative/ Agent, American National Insurance Co. Derek Ridenoure, Account Manager, C. F. Sauer Co. Maudie Schmitt, Chef/Owner, Café Rue Orleans Eleanor Townsley, Community Volunteer Nancy Trammel, Community Volunteer Ron Troutman, President, Boulder Construction Staff - Executive Director Ron Cox Megan Lankford joined BGO as an intern this past summer and is now working with the horticulture staff. Megan is from upstate New York originally but moved to Joplin, MO at age 19. She discovered her love of gardening there and moved to Fayetteville to pursue a degree in horticulture at UA. She will graduate in the spring of 2015. She is in the honors program and is vice-president of Grogreen, the student sustainability and organic community garden. Megan enjoys reading and hiking and loves to spend her little bit of free time with her husband and 3 dogs. Gerald Klingaman - Director of Operations Susan Regan - Director of Garden Design & Management Liz Esch - Director of Special Events Deborah Coley - Accountant & Membership Judy Smith - Communication and Education Coordinator Lynne Yenawine- Social Media Coordinator Judie Branson - Memberships/ Contributions Coordinator Lissa Morrison - Lead Gardener Nikki George - Gardener Megan Lankford - Gardener Susan Jenkins - Garden Assistant Jean Armstrong - Building Mainentance 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • In Kind Donations 2013 3W Magazine All Seasons Inn Aloft Hotels Apple Blossom Brewing Co. Arkansas Democrat Gazette Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Arts Center of the Ozarks AY Magazine Ball Horticultural Company Barilla Basin Harbor Crescent Hotel Basin Park/Crescent Hotel Catherine and Clay Bass Bear Creek Nursery Chris and David Bell The Bike Route Bill Dollar & The Loose Change Blakeman’s Fine Jewelry Bradford Nursery Buell Pottery Catering Concepts Catering Unlimited Celebrate Arkansas Magazine Citiscapes Meto Monthly Magazine Clear Channel Cole Fennel Photography Coleman Coleman Creative Ron and Becky Cox Cuisine Karen Cooking School Cumulus Broadcasting Dancenhance Entertainment DeVitos Restaurant Dickson Street Inn Dickson Street Liquor Dippin Dots Bill and Marla Dollar Annie Edmondson Elkins Design Engravings Unlimited Ernst Benary of America Everything Horse and Hound Fast Lane Finishing Touch Flora Fresco Cafe & Pub Suzannah Garrison Gaston’s White River Resort Glazer’s Golden Corral Got it Covered Grand Central Hotel & Spa Greenhouse Grille Gusano’s Pizza James Hayes Hal Henson The Hive - 21c Museum Hotel Home Depot Interior Fabrics & Design Intents Riley and Mindy Jackson Steve and Pam Jones Jules Design Just Us Printers, Inc. Keeling Co Mary Ann King Gerald and Jolene Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 6 Klingaman Ty Levens Lewis & Clark Lightworks Events Lowes #432 McBride Distributing Company, Inc. Phillip McKnight Merle and Lissa Morrison Mary Bess Mulhollan Nitron Northwest Arkansas Naturals Orchid Society of the Ozarks Outback Steakhouse Ozanne Family Chiropractic Ozark Garden Center Paradise Valley Athletic Club Parks Brothers Greenhouses Petmate PigMint Premier Dermatology Radisson Hotel Daryl Revelle Revive Day Spa Rover Oaks Grooming Rose of Sharon Saddlebock Brewery Sakata Seed America, Inc. Julie Sanders Kitty Sanders and Angulo Sara Kathryn’s Ltd. Schwartz Stone Jim and Robin Selman Sharum’s Garden Center Shirley’s Florist Shindig Paperie So Inviting Springdale Country Club StageKing Stanton Animal Hospital Treasures from Africa University of Arkansas Wal-Mart Walters Gardens Wedington Liquor Westwood Gardens White River Nursery Winslow Stoneworks Whole Hog Cafe Woodbine Mead Anita & Jerry Young Donations 2013 Debra Aasmundstad Marguerite Abowitz John and Phyllis Abraham Cam Abrahamsen Bill and Bootsie Ackerman Irene and Luke Adams Jack and Rae Ann Adams Michael and Sallie Adelman Johnny and Susan Adkins Glen and Jannette Akridge Dave and Carol Albert Robert and Debra Albertson Fran and Jim Alexander Robert Alexander Christopher Alguire All Seasons Inn James and Laura Allen Ken and Liz Allen J.D. and Valerie Alsbrook Abdullah Alshardan Dana Alton-Krow and Don Krow Vikas and Seema Anand Mrs. Craig R. Anderson Essie Anderson Maureen and Peter Anderson Robert C. Anderson Ron and M.E. Anderson Carol Andrews and Bill Durham John Andrews Apple Blossom Brewing Co. Lissa Applewhite Clarence Archer Linda & Thomas Archer Canem Arkan and Michael Cawthon Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Arkansas Audubon Society Trust Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs, INC Roberta Aronson Arts Center of the Ozarks Arvest Bank Rogers Deedra and Gary Ashcraft Martha and Larry Ashley Kara Ault Judy Bacon Patrick Bahr Betty Bailey Elizabeth Bainbridge Christina Baker Elbert and Sybil Baker Susan and Terry Baker Brad and Renee Baldwin Pat and Everett Balk Ball Horticultural Company Barbara and Andy Ballestra Ruben and Marietta Baltz Judy Bancerowski Luvenia Banister Bank of America Bank of Fayetteville Ronald and Kay Bank Mary Ann and Jack E. Bardwell Carol Barnett Norma Barracks Margaret Barron Max and Margaret Barron Ben and Susan Barry Jeanette and William Barta Meika Bartlett Lionel Barton Steve and Katherine Barton Basin Harbor Crescent Hotel Basin Park/Crescent Hotel Catherine and Clay Bass Annie Bassett Dwight and Jean Beach Sarah Beahm Joan Beasley Christopher Beaumont Dennis and Jennifer Beck Brian Becker Dorothy Becton Alice Beetz Ilse and James Beijen Trisha and Lou Beland Ted and Leslie Belden Chris and David Bell Wanda A. Belzung Ashley Bernstein Jenny Berry David Berta Bob and Patty Besom Valerie Biendara The Bike Route Bob and Eileen Billig Sage Billig Ruby Billig-Kemph Rachel Billingsley Bill Birnie Matthew and Tameron Bishop Clelia Black Jim and Nancy Blair Susan Blair Blakeman’s Fine Jewelry Mary E. Blankenship Audrey Blevins Tomas and Julie Blodgett Karen and Eric Blohm Lyle and Judy Blomgren Pamela Blore Elaine Blowers Rachel Blue Bob and Marilyn Bogle Susan T. Bolding Michelle and Dennis Boles Paula Boles James and Emily Bost Boulder Construction Inc William and Regina Bowen Shannon and Nathan Bowers Jim Bowles and Mary Louise Painter Brenda Bowlin Nancy Bowling Cathy Boyd Jenn Jo Braden Sarah and Darrick Bradley Miranda Bramall Drake Branch Judie Branson Laura Brant Mary Frances Branton Katie Breshears John and Marianne Brewer Richard Briggs Howard and Katherine Brill Judy Brittenum Louise Brooks Suzanne H. Brooks Patric and Terrye Brosh Amy Brown Don Brown Jan Brown and Blake Clark Jennifer Brown John Brown III Joyce Brown Linda Brown Stanley Brown Walter and Jane Brown Michelle Brunke Mary Bryant Porter Bryant Buell Pottery Jeannie Buckley Ron Buescher Anita and Evan Bukey Aaron Bukham Joanne Bunch Marilyn Burdette Virginia E. Burdick Brian Burke Kimberly Burner Wade Burnside and Janet Baker Pam Burton Patrick and Leigh Anne Burton Dina Butler Jerrold and Meg Butler Diane Byram Carlon Cagle Caillouet Family Brandon and Tristen Call Richard Callis Pauline Calloway Laura and Nestor Camargo Joe and Joan Campbell Joe and Elsie Canfield RC and Lois Capper Christine Carbonero Dorothy and John Carney Carson Engineering June Carter Robert and Beverly Carter Doris Cassidy Don and Diane Catron Robert and Sara Caulk Kalyn Cavalier Rita S. Caver Toni Cazahous Renee Ceola Buddy and Susan Chadick Shelby S. Chandler James S. Chase Susan Chase and Dr. John Bakker Satyanarayana and Durgabhavani Chelluboina Holly Childs Justin Chimka John Clapp Anthony Clark Farris and Veronica Clark Gina and Matt Clay Lynn Clements Roy and Butch Clinton John Cobb Louis R. Cobbs Coca-Cola Carl and Cathi Cody Alan and Allison Cole Cole Fennel Photography John W. and Karen Cole Deborah Coley & Doug McKinney Kay Coley James and Anne Collier Ruth G. Collier Luther and Mary Collins Community Foundation of Abilene Betty Compton Christy Conaway Tim and Michele Conklin Dan and Deborah Coody 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • Virginia Ann Coogan Christine Cook George and Bettie Cook Heather and Tony Cook Kathryn Cook Rebecca Cook Ann Cooper Selina and Andy Cooper Cindi and Don Cope Mike and Karla Cope Patricia Corbin Dean and Sarah Corley Patricia Cornish Lisa Corrigan Patricia Cortez Mark Cory and Judith Ricker Jean Cosgrove Kim Coslett Bill and Joy Cotten Cynthia and Tom Coughlin Richard Covey and Nan Lawler Doris Cowden Cox Communications Ron and Becky Cox Aleece Craig Bob Craig Christine Crenshaw Kelly Crenshaw Marion and Carolyn Crider David and Marsha Crittenden Phil and Helen Cromer Susan Cronin Samuel and Rebecca Cross Jane Crouch Cuisine Karen Cooking School Kate Cully Dixie & Jim Culp Grace Culpepper Doug Cummins and Jacqui Brandli Christine Cunningham Bill and Bimmy Currie Carol Daggett Carolyn Danaghey Nita Daniel Webster and Donna Darling David and Sandy Davies Jim and Marsha Davis Christina Day Kirsten Day Casey Deacon Cary and Cathy Deck Annye and Valli DeGrand John & Marcia Delpino Mark and Marquita Den Herder Julie and Matt Denner Dawn Denton DeVitos Restaurant Don B. Deweese Jessica and Daniel Dickey Dickson Street Inn Dickson Street Liquor Beverly Didier Tom and Mary Dillard Linda Creech Dingledine Dippin Dots Wanda K. and Eugene Dixon Bill and Marla Dollar Linda Dominick Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 7 Sharon Donnelly Genie Donovan April Haber and Shaun Dooley Ingrid and Scott Dornberg Andi Douglas David Douglas Annie Dowling Sarah Downing Pete and Mary Doyle Beth and Steve Drazsnzak Jerry and Shirley Durning Tom and Dana Dykman Gail and Vol Eads Bill and Carol Eaton Gareth and Cheryl Eck Wesley and Irma Eckles George and Donna Edgmon Annie Edmondson Marilyn Edwards Keith and Margaret Ehmke Beverly and Charlie Eikenberry Linda and Walt Eilers Al Einert and Barbara Johnson Elkins Design Brenda and Allen Embry Rachel and Nick Emerson Beth Emmanuel Endeavor Foundation Engravings Unlimited Ann Engskov Sherrie and Jess Eoff Ernst Benary of America Shirley Esch Jennifer Esty Arthur and Crow Evans Nettie Everett Everything Horse and Hound Exxon Mobil Foundation Cultural Matching Gift Program Betty Jo and James Ezell Kelly Ezickson Rheta and Wyman Fair Robert and Tammy Fairbanks Karolyn and Don Farrell Sheryl Farris Larry and Jo Fashank Fast Lane George and Rosemary Faucette Fayetteville Garden Club Dan Feder Julie and Andy Feinstein Gary and Laura Ferrier Finishing Touch Cathy and Robert Fink Joe and Jerri Sue Finney Dianna Fiser Boyd F. Fisher Mel and Linda Fite Sara Fixmer Lawrence and Alice Fletcher Pat and Elizabeth Flippo Filippo Berio Flora Flower, Garden & Nature Society Miller and Peggy Ford Richard K. Ford Natasha and Adam Forney Nedria Forrest and David Hyatt Dr. Richard and Ruth Forsythe David and Linda Foster Gayle and Ron Foster Janice Fountain Jodi Foutch and Nancy Reagan Chris and Jamie Frala Robert Frans Becky Free Freddie Mac Foundation 2010 Matching Gifts Program Elaine French Fresco Cafe & Pub Susan Frey Linda Fritz Ricky and Jill Fulks Ann Fulton Helene Furst Anna Futral Regina Gabel Ellen Gaconnier Carol Gaetjens Ellie Galko Frou Gallagher Denise Gallia Rachel and Ian Galloway Gap Foundation The Garden Club of Rogers Henry and Linda Gardner Susan & Kenneth Gardner Georgette Garner Hershey and Denise Garner Garrison Asset Management Suzannah Garrison Colene Gaston and Roger Montgomery Katherine Gay Dave and Jane Gearhart Gretchen Gearhart Cleon and Fleeta Gentry Gina and Alan Gentry Anna George Virginia George Rose and Joseph Gergerich Ginger Geyer GFWC Pathfinder Club Joel Giarrusso Andy and Mary Gibbs Phillip and Karen Gier Bart and Adrienne Gilbreath John and Marcia Gilbreath William and Donna Gill Stephanie Gillihan John and Tamara Gilmour Kenneth Glasscock George Glover Jeff Glover Missy Gocio Fiona Goggin and Ron Sayler Golden Corral Keith and Becky Gonelli Alex Gonzalez and Lisa Cabeldue Chaim Goodman-Strauss and Kendall Curlee Charles Goodrum Gail and Randy Goodrum H.L. Goodwin Leslie Goolsby Joan Gould Betty Grabbe Beverly Graham Julia and David Grambort Grand Central Hotel & Spa Wilma & Ed Gray Mildred Grear Greenbriar Property Owners Association Greenhouse Grille Greenwood Garden Club Gary Griffin Carl and Barbara Jo Griffis Lauren and Camoon Griffith Mariellen Griffith and Donald Soderberg Greg and Marcie Grim Gray Grisham Lowell and Kathy Grisham Frank Grohoski Maureen Gruich Mary McDuffie Guelle Nina Gupta Gusano’s Pizza Bobbie and Keith Hackler Heather Hackworth Bradley and Melissa Hale Patricia Hale Steve and Karen Hale Alisha and Luke Hall Larry and Jean Hall Harold and Christine Haller Lindsay Ham-Holm Bob and Terry D. Hamilton John and Maxine Hamilton Kirstin Hamlyn Judith Hammond Eddie Hansford Peggy Hanson Vanessa Hardin Sally and Steven Harms Marilyn and Harry Harnish Barrett Harris Georgia Harris John and Kaye Harris Madelyn Harris Michael Harris Bill and Carol Hart Craig and Cheryl Hart M.L. Hart Don and Michelle Harvey Chester and Janice Hayes James Hayes Faye Head John Heithaus Gina & Gary Hellums Lawson Hembree Walt and Sudie Henderson Janet and Jimm Hendren Jerry and Wincie Hendricks Don Hendrix Morriss and Ann Henry Pat and Earlene Henry David Hensley Hal Henson Hannah and Nathan Henson Kelly Herbert Gerald Herrbaugh Rob and Shelly Herthneck Greg Herzig Barry Herzog and Kathy Ball Jeremy Hess and Peggy Treiber Kathleen Hess and Robert Lafferty Millie and Walt Heyne Charles & Susan Hickerson Spencer and Bicky Higginbothom Jerry and Ruth Higgins Tiffany Highfill Ann Hill Zachary and Elizabeth Hill Carol Hinds Betty Hinshaw Sunny Hinshaw Burnetta Hinterthuer Judy and Kent Hirsch Letitia Hitz The Hive - 21c Museum Hotel Richard Hobbs Nancy Hodges Hoe and Hope Garden Club JoAn Holdorf Holly Holiman and Alan Bradrick Jackie and Reid Holiman Doc and Justine Holladay Lorraine Holland Kimberly Holleman Arthur and Lotta Hollenbeck Kristal Hollingsworth Vernelle Hollingsworth Bonita and Roger Holroyd Kevin Honn Kate and Kin Hood Mary Hooper Ross Hooper Ron Horn Harold Horton Crystal Hoskins Aloft Hotels Gayle and Michael Howard Howard Records Melissa Howard Patty Hudgens Susan Hudlow Helen B. Huff Ray and Lewan Hufhines Dick and Donna Huie Megan and Brian Hurley Susan Hutchcroft Tanya L Impeartrice Kim Ingram Intents Interior Fabrics & Design John and Enid Irvine Rebecca Ivey Barbara G. Jackson Riley and Mindy Jackson Pat Jahoda Douglas James and Elizabeth Adam Janace James Jerome and Harriet Jansma Jeff and Marlene Jeffus Carol Jennings Bruce and Debra Johanson Johanson Group - DB Squared Shirley Johanson Jeanie Johnson Hill and Jimmy Hill Bob Johnson Dale R. Johnson Kim Johnson Leslie Johnson Mike and Ellen Johnson Becky and Terry Jones Bill and Alice Jones Cris and Eleanor Jones Frances Jones Jo Jones Joyce Jones Mary Ellen Jones 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.
    • January 6 – 18 Bridal Reception February 18 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner February 28 – March 2 Orchid Show and Sale March 18 Rain Barrel Workshops April 25-26 Annual Plant Sale May 1 – Oct. 31 Little Sprouts each Wednesday morning May 6 Earth Day @ BGO May 13 Greening of the Garden June 10 – July 29 Explore@BGO Tuesday morning day camp June 17 Moonflowers and Mojitos Garden Cocktail Party June 24 or July 1 Red White and Blooms outdoor concert July 19 Firefly Fling August 12 Outdoor concert September 9 Chefs in the Garden September 18, 19, 25, 26 Butterfly Days for area schools September 21 or 28 BGO Annual Meeting September 23 Outdoor concert December 6-7, 13-14 Gardenland Winter Festival December 6 Fayetteville Holiday Farmers Market December 13 or 20 Jingle Bell Jog/Reindeer Run See bgozarks.org/events or call 479-750-2620 for details 2014 Events in The Garden Botanical Garden of the Ozarks PO BOX 10407 Fayetteville, Ar 72703 Garden Elements is published quarterly by the Botanical Garden Society of the Ozarks, Inc., a non-profit organization supporting the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. info@bgozarks.org www.bgozarks.org 479-750-2620 Address Service Requested Winter 2013 Newsletter.indd 8 20/11/13 10:05 p.m.