Bermuda Run Garden Club selling potted geraniums
Published 10:40 am Thursday, March 12, 2015
Bermuda Run Garden Club sold 691 geranium plants last spring.
The members sell geraniums to fund the many projects the club supports. BRGC supports Pearls of Empowerment, Storehouse for Jesus, reading scholarships, Lunch Buddies mentoring, Bouquets for Meals on Wheels, a lunch for the exceptional children’s program, and more.
Club members are selling geraniums in 6.5-inch pots ($10.50) and 10-inch pots ($15). The plants are available in red, hot pink, white, salmon, and violet [deep fuchsia].
The orders must be placed before April 8 for pick up April 29. The geraniums will be available between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Bermuda Run Post Office parking area for pre-ordered pick up.
Betty Sheek and Shirley Cagle are co-chairs of this project. Members are taking orders. Contact Sheek at 998-8217 or Cagle at 417-3043.
“Supporting the annual geranium sale of the Bermuda Run Garden Club supports worthy programs in Davie County,” said member, Betsy Cochrane. “That’s why the members sell geraniums, so join their effort.”