New Master Gardener graduates

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Special to The Sun
Published: Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 13:27 PM.

The University of Florida/Walton County Extension has announced the graduation of its new class of Master gardener interns. These students have completed 50 hours of classroom and field study. They will now have a year to fulfill their requirement of 50 hours of community volunteer service to become certified master gardeners. 

After their final Plant ID Test they were treated to a program by Marie Harrison and a potluck lunch by the Master Gardener Association.

Standing from left are Stephen Lynn, Jonathon Kellum, Barbara Jones, Linda Wicker, Lindsay Jackson, Kaitlyn Grahame, Nancy Franklin, Joe Crozier, Allison Askey and Eddie Powell, master gardener advisor and horticulture agent. Seated from left are Carl Woodall, Kathy Storr, Bree Stark, Tracy Shelton, Ruth Murphy and Dan Mickle.



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