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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Special Honorees – Charee and Bob Maddux

 

 

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society is pleased to present the 11th Annual Ladies Day Lecture and Luncheon honoring Charee & Bob Maddux, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at Kenwood Country Club, 6501 Kenwood Road. The featured speaker will be Jack Barnwell, award-winning garden and landscape designer. His work can be seen in Northern Michigan and Southwest Florida.  His incredible talents have produced magnificent gardens, many of which are featured in the famed Mackinac Grand Garden Show.

 

Seating is limited and by reservation only. If you would like to be recognized as a hostess, please make your reservation by February 10th to appear on the formal invitation. The general reservation deadline is March 25, however, seating is limited and we expect to sell out quickly.

 

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 General reservation $100, Patron $125, Patron Table for ten $1250.

 

If you prefer to pay by check, please make your check payable to:

Cincinnati Horticultural Society 
7800 Indian Hill Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
We must receive your check by March 25, 2019.
 

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Please contact Cynthia Muhlhauser at cyn5151@gmail.com if you have questions about this event.

 

Gardener Recognition Awards 2018

Presenting Sponsor

 

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society hosted its 23rd Annual Gardener Recognition Awards October 4 at Kenwood Country Club.  Sponsored by Western & Southern Financial Fund, the evening paid tribute to Greater Cincinnati gardeners and businesses whose contributions to horticulture are an inspiration in the community.  Nominated by fellow gardeners, friends and neighbors, gardens were judged by a team of horticulturists in early summer, with recipients honored at the fall event for their outstanding efforts toward community beautification.  Twenty-nine winners received the prestigious award representing neighborhoods from east to west, Anderson Township to Western Hills and from downtown Cincinnati to Guilford, Indiana.  

 

 

Congratulations to all our 2018 Award Winners

 

 

SPECIAL COMMENDATION AWARDS

Chairman’s Award – Sis Winterhalter

Inspirational Award – Ginger Mitchell

Gardening Excellence Award – Rothenberg School Rooftop Garden

Judges’ Commendation Award – Clara Berger

 

AWARD WINNERS

Residential

Paula Anstaett Dick & Kathy Nocks
Clara Ashcraft Julie Pelle
Bianca Beary Joyce & Abe Philip
Bonnie & Linda Bishop Nancy & Dick Ridel
Jill King Bill Schmitt
Adele Lippert Elizabeth Shely
Susan McCamey  

 

Commercial

ATP – Chris LaMond                      

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – College Hill, Horticulture Therapy – Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry – Maggie Adams

 

Community

Lighthouse Community School

 

CERTIFICATE

Residential

Rukiye Abdul Mutakallim   Kara Kilen & Kimberlee Gray
Cary Maish Brodie    Amy Spackman
Karen Anderson Brown     Fatima & Gary Woster
Emily & Richard Godin  

 

Commercial

Golden Eagle Extrusions Inc. – Jenny Eagle

 

Community

CITYLink Center – Patty Horwitz

 

 

  

 

 
Click Here For More Award Winning Garden Images

 

 

Gardener Recognition Awards Ceremony 

Bryan Bass, Rothenberg Prep

Ginger Mitchell

 

Julia Murphy & Jane Koppenhoefer

 

Rukiye Abdul-Mutakallim, Bill Schmitt, Sis Winterhalter

Karen Anderson-Brown

Sondra Britton

 

 

Jack and Kathy Nocks

Fatima Woster

 

 

 
Special Thanks to the Judges

Betsy Anderson

Debbie Berger   

Diana Cooper

Marty Fish          

Kim Foreman

Ann Fox -:Event Chairman

Kelly Grimm

Gail Suiter

Cheryle Webb

Frank Welsh

 

 

 

 

Cincinnati Flower Show Benefits

The Children’s Home of Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Horticultural Society presented a check for $2,500, proceeds from the Cincinnati Flower Show Gala, to the Children’s Home of Cincinnati for support of their nutrition programs and education for children and their families. The program includes helping children learn about vegetable gardening, food prep, kitchen etiquette and healthy food.

 

From the left: Doug Hart, Board Member of the CHS, Cynthia Muhlhauser, Vice Chair of the Cincinnati Horticultural Society Board, John Banchy, President & CEO, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. and Emily Fiegelist, a public health dietetic intern.

From the left: Doug Hart, Board Member of the CHS, Cynthia Muhlhauser, Vice Chair of the Cincinnati Horticultural Society Board, John Banchy, President & CEO, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. and Emily Fiegelist, a public health dietetic intern.