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story.lead_photo.caption Photo submitted The Primavera Garden Club met on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The meeting was hosted by Carolyn Robinson and the club enjoyed seeing her beautiful gardens around her yard. Janet Austin, who served as co-hostess, served fall goodies. The theme for the meeting was Williamsburg decorating, focusing on how to decorate with natural live items such as fresh cut branches, flowers and fall fruit. The main speaker was Marilyn Holliday assisted by Annetta Elgie.

Photo submitted The Primavera Garden Club met on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The meeting was hosted by Carolyn Robinson and the club enjoyed seeing her beautiful gardens around her yard. Janet Austin, who served as co-hostess, served fall goodies. The theme for the meeting was Williamsburg decorating, focusing on how to decorate with natural live items such as fresh cut branches, flowers and fall fruit. The main speaker was Marilyn Holliday assisted by Annetta Elgie.

Photo submitted The Primavera Garden Club met on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The meeting was hosted by Carolyn Robinson and the club enjoyed seeing her beautiful gardens around her yard. Janet Austin, who served as co-hostess, served fall goodies. The theme for the meeting was Williamsburg decorating, focusing on how to decorate with natural live items such as fresh cut branches, flowers and fall fruit. The main speaker was Marilyn Holliday assisted by Annetta Elgie.

Photo submitted The Primavera Garden Club met on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The meeting was hosted by Carolyn Robinson and the club enjoyed seeing her beautiful gardens around her yard. Janet Austin, who served as co-hostess, served fall goodies. The theme for the meeting was Williamsburg decorating, focusing on how to decorate with natural live items such as fresh cut branches, flowers and fall fruit. The main speaker was Marilyn Holliday assisted by Annetta Elgie.

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