Friday, January 30, 2015
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See flower arrangers in action on Wednesday

For their last program before the summer break, the Davis Flower Arrangers will revive the Pandora’s Box program on Wednesday, May 7, at International House, 10 College Park.

Three veteran flower arrangers will be given equal amounts of floral materials and identical containers to make a bouquet. The audience will watch while three different arrangements emerge.

The arrangers who will face this challenge are M.J. Kelley, Elaine Ginosar and Ray Borton, all members of long standing in the Davis Flower Arrangers. Kelley and Ginosar are also members of the Sacramento Floral Council and Ginosar is a past president of the Davis Flower Arrangers. Borton has been making bouquets with home-grown flowers for seven decades.

This program follows a brief business meeting beginning at 7 p.m.

As a second act in this drama, the three arrangers will be paired with newer members and together they will select materials and create another arrangement. All of the floral arrangements will become door prizes at the end of the program when refreshments will be served.

Memberships for next year’s programs (starting the first Wednesday in September) and including this year’s final event will be available at the meeting from Barbara Miyano and Pat Stromberg. For more information, call co-presidents Janet Collins at 530-756-3127 or Linda Wilson at 530-405-3865.

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