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Important Membership Renewal Notice

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October meeting

In September you will find the forms for renewing your membership in your
snail mail. Or postal mail if you prefer!  

 

THESE DOCUMENTS ARE VERY IMPORTANT.

As a Purdue Master Gardener and a member of Hamilton County Master Gardener Association (HCMGA), the forms are required on an annual basis. Both forms must be returned with your dues payment. The Purdue form (front and back) is required to be completed, signed and returned with your dues. Your dues are not considered paid until the treasurer has your completed forms along with your payment.

Note Change:  Payments made after the January members meeting, (January 17, 2017) will be considered past due and a $10 late fee will be added to your payment!

Members, especially snowbirds, are highly encouraged to immediately complete your forms, write your check, made to  HCMGA, and mail to:

Treasurer, HCMGA
2003 Pleasant Street
Noblesville, IN 46060

It is not a change, but please note on the HCMGA  application your dues must be paid by December 31st for your name to be included in the 2017 Directory. Also not a change, is the requirement that any dues unpaid by March 1st will cause you to be dropped from the HCMGA mailing list.

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*** October Meeting Change ***

 

ATTENTION HCMGA MEMBERS!!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!

Please mark your calendar!!

October General Meeting Date Change

To accommodate a request by the extension office

our October 18th General Meeting

has been changed to

TUESDAY, October 25th at 6:30 p.m.

Hall A

Guest speaker: Jim Barbour,

“Putting Your Garden to Bed”


2016 New Master Gardeners Class

Tuesday, August 23 the first session of the 2016 Master Gardener class was conducted.

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Diane Turner and Margie Inlow were the presenters for this session. Diane provided a basic overview of the Purdue Master Gardener Program and Margie presented information regarding HCMGA and what we do.

 As the 31 participants talked about themselves, I could not help to be impressed. Lawyers, animal doctors, finance experts, stay at home moms, former IT managers as well as one participant who has a degree from Purdue in Landscape Design. Not only have many of them traveled extensively, but some have lived in the orient and middle east.

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Hope all of our members will have the opportunity of meeting and working with this delightful group.

 

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