Just a reminder that we are having our ribbon cutting for the Arboretum kiosk on:
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Parking lot across from Indianola Informal k-8
251 East Weber Road
(Between Calumet and Druid)
ThisWeek/The Booster has a lovely article about the ribbon cutting and the Arboretum. I must admit, my quote about cats and kittens sounded way better in my head. If you are wondering what I am talking about, just read it and see! But it’s a great article by Kevin Parks at ThisWeek Community News. He’s been covering the Arboretum from the beginning and has given us such good press. Thanks, Kevin!
And as an added bonus, we will have LOUA t-shirts at the ribbon cutting. And just what do you need to do to get one of these t-shirts? Anyone who becomes an Arboretum member at the $45 level gets a t-shirt with their paid annual membership. And these t-shirts are very nice so you will be the envy of all your friends! And a huge shout out and thank you to McKenzie Wilhelm who designed our new logo. She on the Arboretum and a student at Ohio State.
Finally, after you come to the ribbon cutting, become a member, and take the tree walk, you need to proudly wear your new t-shirt to the annual Chadwick Arboretum plant sale. Click here for more information. Among the many booths selling plants will be Arboretum members Dan Struve and Meghan Blake (who work at Ohio State’s Department of Horticulture and Crop Science). Pete and I have gone for the past five or six years and have always found some nice native plants to bring home.
Until Saturday! We hope to see you then!
Our names are, James and Virginia Seman, @ 251 Fairlawn Dr. Clintonville. We have a Few White Oak saplings we would like to donate to the Ravine Project. But the wife and I are in our eighties and don’t dig any more, so you would have to organise some young people to come and get them and replant them.
you can reach us at; (614)447-9378 or come by to check them out.
Respectfully, James(Jim) and Virginia Seman