Pre-Order Hanging Baskets and Bedding Plants from us!
a brutal winter, thoughts have turned to warmer weather and greenery
at every turn.
Please Pre-Order your Hanging Baskets and Bags, Boston Ferns, bowls
of bright Impatiens, Geraniums, Dahlias, Zinnias, and Bedding Plants
Your purchase will help us keep the doors of the Markay open for year-round
Deadline: Friday, April 25
Plant Pick-up: Saturday, May 3
Well deliver all orders over $50 free of charge in Jackson County
Questions: Call the Office at 740-286-6355
for the 2014 Flower Order Form
some of the colorful wares from Marvins Gardens are, from the
left, Maxine Plummer, Debbie Crawford, and Cora Willett
Is Included in Ohios Capital Bill
to overwhelming support from the local community and the strong backing
of Senator Bob Peterson, Representative Ryan Smith, Jackson County
Commissioners, and Economic Development Director Jennifer Jacobs,
a grant of $150,000 will boost the final stages of the Markay Renovation.
Southern Hills Arts Council President Maxine Plummer, center,
was lavish in her thanks to Representive Ryan Smith, left, and Senator
Bob Peterson, right. The Markays renovation has been awarded
$150,000 in the new Capital Bill.
Into The Arts Raised Our Spirits as it Raised Funds
partied til those proberbial cows came home at this years version
of Evening With The Arts, called Spring Into The Arts. Arnett Howard
and Friends put everyone in the party mood with great music.
Seth Michael served as Auctioneer for the exciting variety of art
donated by local supporters. Alan and Jeanine Terry provided three
glorious pieces for the Jewelry Treasure Chest. A Match Pack Raffle
yielded more than 300 prizes.
A Silent Auction featured a host of treats from Chef Marys pies
to Jen Pauls hand made purse. Split-the-Pot is always a winner.
Photo portraits by Brian Lintala and a table full of finger foods
rounded out the evening.
Click on the Evening with the
Arts bar on the left of this page for details and photographs.
Renowned Columbus trumpet player Arnett Howard, left, invited
Southern Hills Arts Council Board member Josh Willett to join his
circle of Friends for a few toe-tappin numbers.