2012-08-09 / Community

‘Flowery’ winners named

SMH auxillary show celebrates flowers


First place winners (from left): Rita Rossier (annuals and perennials), Nancy Whaling (roses), Christine LaLonde (house plants/African violets), Deloris Smith (unusual design), Loretta Johnson (miniatures), Lisa Larsen (garden bouquets), Katelyn Arnold (entries by children), Karen Klaus (weeds and wild flowers), Rita Salter (artificial). Not pictured is Lois Jewett (single blossom). 
Courtesy photo First place winners (from left): Rita Rossier (annuals and perennials), Nancy Whaling (roses), Christine LaLonde (house plants/African violets), Deloris Smith (unusual design), Loretta Johnson (miniatures), Lisa Larsen (garden bouquets), Katelyn Arnold (entries by children), Karen Klaus (weeds and wild flowers), Rita Salter (artificial). Not pictured is Lois Jewett (single blossom). Courtesy photo MANISTIQUE – The 57th Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Flower Show and Tea took place on Aug. 6, at the Indian Lake Golf and Country Club.

Flower show winners were:

Annuals: first place, Rita Rossier; second place, Nancy Whaling; third place, Rita Rossier.

Perennials: first place, Rita Rossier; second place, Deloris Smith.

Roses: first place, Nancy Whaling; second place, Judy Luitink.

House plants and African violets: first place, Christine Lalonde; second place, Martha Flusek; third place, Deloris Smith.

Unusual design: first place, Deloris Smith; second place, Deloris Smith; third place, Deloris Smith.

Miniatures: first place, Loretta Johnson; second place, Nancy Whaling; third place, Deloris Smith.

Garden bouquets: first place, Lisa Larsen; second place, Nancy Whaling; third place, Martha Flusek.

Weeds and wildflowers: first place, Karen Klaus; second place, Harry Whaling; third place, Martha Flusek.

Children: first place, Katelyn Arnold; second place, Katelyn Arnold.

Single blossom: first place, Lois Jewett; second place, Martha Flusek.

Artificial: first place, Rita Salter; second place, Loretta Johnson; third place, Deloris Smith.

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