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Hospital auxiliary geranium sale hits the 2,200-plant mark
By Liz Dadson

Health & Fitness/Home & Garden

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Co-conveners Nicole Whitwell (L) and Carol Collins of the Kincardine hospital auxiliary, pose with some of the 2,200 plants that were sold at the annual Geranium Sale, with pick-up at Victoria Park Thursday afternoon

The South Bruce Grey Health Centre - Kincardine hospital auxiliary has hit another record this year with a sell-out of 2,200 plants at the annual Geranium Sale. That's more than the 2,050 sold last year.

The flowers were pre-sold and then picked up Thursday afternoon at Victoria Park in downtown Kincardine.

Co-conveners Nicole Whitwell and Carol Collins were thrilled with the response, as hospital auxiliary volunteers assisted people picking up their orders of red, pink and salmon-coloured geraniums.



Sheila Elliott (L) and Dotty McClelland of the Kincardine hospital auxiliary, gather up orders of geraniums for customers

Esther Marshall of Kincardine gets ready to bike home with her geraniums


Ken Corbett of Kincardine carries home a tray of geraniums for the flower beds



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