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Fertilizer’s benefits topic of meeting

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    COURTESY PHOTO Rose Garden Club of Medina member Susan Grantham Collier, a key contributor to the club’s 2018 yearbook, displays the certificate the organization received for winning first place in District VII of the Texas Gard

The Rose Garden Club of Medina will hear Bandera County’s AgriLife Extension Service Agent Tarlton Holloway talk about the benefits that fertilizer provides to gardeners and to the community generally when it holds its October meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Medina Community Center.

The meeting is set to begin at 2 p.m., and Holloway will speak for about 45 minutes before club members hold their business meeting at 3 p.m.

The community center is located in the 13000 block of Highway 16 in Medina near the Post Office.

The Rose Garden Club, a member of the Texas Garden Clubs Inc., is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year.

Its meetings and activities are outlined in a yearbook that the club puts out each year. The most recent yearbook, for 2018, won first place in the District VII yearbook competition sponsored by the parent organization earlier this year, officials said.

In addition, the yearbook, which was spearheaded by club member Susan Grantham Collier, received second place in the statewide competition.

The club welcomes the public to attend its meetings and to become a member. The club’s annual membership fee is $15.