Kent Island Garden Club hosts meeting of District 1 clubs
GRASONVILLE — The Kent Island Garden Club hosted the semi-annual meeting of the 11 Eastern Shore garden clubs which comprise District I of the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland on Oct. 3 at the Prospect Bay Country Club. Individual club reports were given to share information about programs and special activities. Awards were presented to clubs for their special projects. The Kent Island Garden Club received an award for the District I Flower Show entitled “A Blast From the Past,” which the club organized and hosted.
The program featured Aimee Loebs-davis, founder of Tastings and Consulting LLC, who spoke about the environmentally sustainable vineyards owned by Francis Ford Coppola in California. Three wines from the vineyards were served with lunch. Chardonnay was served with the salad, Pinot Grigio was served with the main course, and a Rose’ came with the dessert.
Loebs-davis discussed the environmentally friendly methods used to produce these wines at Coppola’s Vineyards. Wines from the Francis Ford Coppola Vineyards are available locally.
The Kent Island Garden Club received an award for the District I Flower Show entitled “A Blast From the Past,” which the club organized and hosted. Shown here, the Botanical Arts Division of show included floral interpretations of 1950s’ record albums.
Certified diabetes dietician Sumi Toban, left, reads a food label on a frozen food item with “Eating Healthy with Diabetes” tour participant Pat Eskinazi of Chester at Safeway.