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Last Competitions of the Year

Before even looking at the competition results, see a view of the crowded kitchen at Bnai Keshet at 8 in the morning as members prepare their specimens before the judges arrive.



And now to the results.


Flower Design


The last Flower Design competition of 2023-24 proved to be a showcase of the talent in our Club.


Designers from Provisional to Advanced Plus entered designs of differing styles and types. Horizontal Mass, Petite, Illuminary, and Abstract Designs were exhibited. The judges awarded the following:


Provisional – Allyn Young (critique only)

Novice – 1st Karen Fricke, 2nd Olga Bequillard

Intermediate – 1st Susan Brady

Advanced – 1st Floss O’Sullivan (see photo), 2nd Barbara Baletti, 3rd Suzy Straten

Advanced Plus – 1st Fran Ackerly, 2nd Cynthia Corhan-Aitken


Botanical Arts

Section A: Cuff Bracelet

1st:       Karen Fricke (see photo)

2nd:     Debbie Moran

3rd:      Michele Tomasick

HM:      Floss O’Sullivan

 

Section B: This Section was divided into 2 classes.

B1: Early morning Landscape

1st:      Debbie Moran

2nd:     Olga Bequillard

3rd:      Denise Silverman

HM:      Barbara Baletti

 

B2: Trees/Branches under early lighting

1st:      Michele Tomasik

2nd:     Floss O'Sullivan

3rd:      Celia Radek

HM:      Sheila Oakes




 Horticulture

Jacoba Coes was in first place with 48 points

Celia Radek was in second place with 44 points

Sue Straten was in third place with 42 points.

Eighteen participants in the competition with one provisional included. Congrats to Allyn Young for completing her Provisional  Horticulture requirement.

Our members displayed 96 specimens in 7 Classes.

Of the specimens exhibited, 32 Blue Ribbons were awarded!

Pretty impressive numbers all around.



Jacoba Coes was in first place with 48 points

Celia Radek was in second place with 44 points

Sue Straten was in third place with 42 points.

Eighteen participants in the competition with one provisional included. Congrats to Allyn Young for completing her Provisional  Horticulture requirement.

Our members displayed 96 specimens in 7 Classes.

Of the specimens exhibited, 32 Blue Ribbons were awarded!

 

Pretty impressive numbers all around.

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