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Re: Autumn Event and SRGC AGM - 10th November 2018
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2018, 02:40:50 PM »
AWARDS made at SRGC  AGM   2018

Show Awards 

AGS Salver- for the Plantsman of the year (highest aggregate of first prize points in Section I  -  Stan da Prato

Rutland Salver for the highest aggregate of first prize points in Section II -                                                                            Sheila McNulty

Williamson Trophy for the best entry in Section 5 of the photographic/arts competition –                              Ann Sinclair for Arisaema paper cut cards

MERIT MEDALS for  Show Exhibitors
Gold Medal   - Nick Boss, F&M Higgins, Alan & Jane Thompson,
   Jim Watson, R&H Price      
Bronze Medal – John Owen      
Gold Medals and  Gold Medal bars (cards)  were awarded to ...

1st   Ian Leslie   
Sue Simpson
2nd   Ian Christie
   John Richards

3rd    Dave Millward
   George Young

10th    Carole and Ian Bainbridge

14th   Cyril Lafong

Golden Jubilee Salver –presented annually for outstanding  service to the Club -                                                                                                          John Lee

Crosland Award for best journal article  – Bob Mitchell for  ‘Alaskan Adventure’ (Issue 140 January p16 et seq)

David Lane Award  for best journal photograph – David Rankin for  Meconopsis punicea forma albiflora (Issue 141 July p33).

President’s Award – to a member who has given excellent service to their local group – Lynda Crouch.   Lynda belongs to the Perth Group and is known for the warm welcome that she gives to those attending her group and the contribution she has made through her personal skills.
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