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Gloucester Ruritans

The Gloucester Ruritan Club held its February dinner meeting at the Courthouse Restaurant on Main Street. Rose Sullivan, member of the Bee City Gloucester Committee and a Master Gardener Board member, shared her love of native plants and the value of using them in our gardens here in the Coastal Plain. Besides their native beauty, a major benefit of indigenous plants is that they support local pollinators, specifically native insects and butterflies. Above, club president Henry Thompson presents her a Ruritan mug as thanks for her presentation. At right, at the same meeting, Chesapeake District Zone 4 Governor Don Sandridge presented Thompson a Certificate of Appreciation from the “Hunters for the Hungry” for the club’s support of their organization.


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