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       Fishing Creek Herb Guild                            St. Luke Church   

          9 St. Luke's Way                                         Bloomsburg, Pa. 17815               

The next Herb Guild meeting will be on Thursday, July 18th at 6:30 pm. Our program will be about Macungie Mountain Herb Farm with Joyce Marin.
The herb of the month is garlic, presented by Corrine B.
Thanks to Debbie Naha Koretzky, the wild edibles lady, who provided our picnic program: "Foraging from Your Backyard". She introduced us to a large variety of wild edibles such as autumn olive, spring beauties, purslane, beech leaves, spicebush, multi flora rose and white pine needles with suggestions for salads, side dishes and teas. 
Following her presentation, she took our group on a wild edible forage around the church grounds.
Thanks to the Picnic Committee for set up and clean up of our annual guild picnic. The weather cooperated and a good time was had by all. The buffet table offerings were delicious. Thanks to president John for hauling his grill and serving as grill master for the evening. Picnic favors were herbal pictures on a tree slice which was very creative. Thanks to everyone who worked to make this event a success.
Guild president, John, has invited our group to his home for a White House Garden Tour and lunch on Sunday, July 7, at noon. In addition to roses, he has an amazing display of herbs, flowers, and vegetables. Text him your RSVP and he will send you directions if needed. Bring a sunhat and a dish to share. The rain date is July 14th.
Thanks to Linda B and her committee for their hard work organizing the plant auction, our fundraiser. Also thanks to all of our members who donated plants and garden items. Many members hauled a box or two from the plant room after our sale.
You can donate seeds in labeled envelopes or baggies for the Bloomsburg Seed Library at the Bloomsburg Public Library. They requested seeds for vegetables, herbs and garden flowers. 
Our group is now famous! Check out the wonderful 
article the reporter from Lancaster Farming wrote 
New Members - Get Involved
We still have openings for hosts and hostesses and all committees for this year. Consider joining the Town Park Garden Committee, Christmas Favors Committee, Bloomsburg Fair Exhibit Committee and the Barton House Garden Committee. There are lots of opportunities to get involved with the guild. Contact the chairpersons to sign up - we need you!
Call or email Brenda A to add your name to the lists.
We have a green light for the June Trip!
Our Guild Trip to the Lancaster/Hershey area will be June 25 & 26. See the Garden Trips web page for details.
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