WALLY BYAM CARAVAN CLUB INTERNATIONAL, INC. € INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS SUGGESTED INSTALLATION CEREMONY € Installing new officers is a very important procedure in Club operations and has a very special significance.
TFGC CLUB PROGRAM COLLECTION SPRING 2014 For more information and to donate or request a “Program” from the collection contact: Cecilia Cordeiro, TFGC Club Program Chair at: PO Box 381705 Germantown TN Home (901)748-3409 Email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ALLERGENS CAN I IRRITATE YOU?-YOU BET! I Am Poison Ivy! -by Kathy Rychen. A “Biography” of Poison Ivy – Narrative/Script TISSUE TIME – “Aaaachew” - by Kathy Rychen.
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What, where, why and how to avoid seasonal allergies-Includes lists of plants to cultivate and plants to avoid– Narrative/Script ARTS AND CRAFT S LEAF POUNDING–A TECHNIQUE FOR FABRIC PRINTING -by Barbara Jones. Printing fabrics using flowers and other botanicals between layers of natural fiber fabrics and a hammer.
Written directions and photos BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES AND SPIDERS BIRDS IN OUR BACKYARDS -by Helene Gardner. Power Point Presentation with illustrations and legends POLLINATORS OF A DIFFERENT KIND - HUMMINGBIRDS - by Kathy Rychen. Narrative/Script BUTTERFLIES AND BLOSSOMS –by Georgia Elizer and the late Louise Pearson. Originally a slide show, this program consists of a script of 64 statements about butterflies and samples of the beautiful photos taken by the program authors. Original slides are no longer available; users must provide their own illustrations of the specimens listed on the script.
SPIDERS -SPENDING AN AFTERNOON WITH SADIE – A beautiful Argiope Spider I Called Sadie – by Kathy Rychen. A loving science lesson about spiders –Personal narrative/script CONSERVATION: SUPER SAVER - “CORRECT” DECISIONS FOR CONSERVATION –by Cindy Hintz - We Know All We Tell All. Script for Humorous Skit THE CHALLENGE OF POISONED WATERS-by Lila Lusk- An abbreviated and updated version of the Original PBS Broadcast –A Power Point presentation of the state and the problems of water pollution (NEW) TO BE OR NOT TO BE GREEN-Steps to a Greener Home and Community –A Personal Narrative by LaQuita Misner.
GARDEN CLUB WAYS – Garden Clubs’ Roles, Rules and Ceremonies FROM THE “VEGETABLE GARDEN” -A SPECIAL INSTALLATION CEREMONY -by Taye Morphis-Linking certain vegetables and their characteristics with the offices and officers of a garden club (NEW) KNOW YOUR BY-WAYS AND BY-LAWS- The Road A Garden Club Follows-b y Lila Lusk -Power Point Presentation followed by a workshop. Groups work in teams on a “challenge” featuring topics of garden club procedures and bylaws and report their “ findings” to the other groups. (NEW) MEMBERSHIP -LET’S GET GROWING – CULTIVATING MEMBERSHIP – “Relating Planting and Growing to Recruiting and Growing Membership “-by Joyce Merritt. Script for a casual presentation by a “gardener” in full regalia such as garden hat, gloves, hand tools, seed catalog, and a bucket. - PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURES -GARDEN CLUB MANAGEMENT -by Phyllis Wood, former NGC President. -Four CDs of lighthearted/humorous presentations on the topics of parliamentary procedures, by-laws and protocol, with the following titles: “Let Me Tell You About Our Meeting”, “They Call Me the Bylaw Lady-A Term of Endearment”, “Guess Who Is President Now” and “But Who Will Bring the Protocol?”- Each Segment may be used separately on its own. A gift to the collection from Ann McCormick HORTICULTURE BAMBOO by Cynthia Humes –Originally presented in a backyard where bamboo “reigned”–Types of bamboo growth patterns and uses.
Presentation culminated with a session for children on making a fishing pole. Pole”- Narrative and photos -Program may be adapted for indoor settings. IT’S A DAYLILY WORLD -Daylilies are for Everyone - by Darlene Glisson. Power Point presentation -Color photos, legends and charts outlining the functions of daylily parts and featuring many varieties of the flower. FLOWERS OF HAWAII - by Linda Davis. A DVD with 23 color slides of Hawaii’s Flowering Plants taken by the author with accompanying script describing each slide FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE GARDEN –by Martha Woods-How so many items from our kitchen shelves are also useful in the garden Script/Narrative (NEW) GRASSES - True Grass and its Relatives –by Kathy Rychen.