Last updated: August 22. 2013 8:50AM - 729 Views
By Charlene Hoeflich choeflich@civitasmedia.com

This floral mass, the entry of Shirley Hamm of Racine, won the creativity award.
This floral mass, the entry of Shirley Hamm of Racine, won the creativity award.
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POMEROY — With nearly 50 floral arrangements in place for the second flower show at the Meigs County Fair, the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs judge selected an “best of show” to Diana Ash of Syracuse. She was also the recipient of the award for the Monday show.

Her arrangement in the category called “Law Enforcement” was a design using spider mums and hosta which showing motion. Reserve best of show went to Sheila Curtis for her design in the “Health Care” class consisting of America Holly with burgundy roses in a traditional arrangement. Shirley Hamm won the award for the most creative design in a class called “Mother ” for her creative mass consisting of Joepye weed, golden rod, hydrangeas and sunflowers.

In the junior division, Hannah Crane took best of show with her arrangement with Adriana Sayre taking reserve best of show and Adriana Sayre receiving the junior horticulture award. The senior horticulture award went to Pat Harris.

Taking blue ribbons in their respective categories of exhibit were Diana Ash, two; Vanessa Folmer, one; Sheila Curtis, three in the senior division; and Shirley Hamm, one.

In the junior division in arrangements, the winners were Hannah Crane, one, and Adriana H. Sayre, one.

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