By Bonnie Whitehead
CLIFFORD – Each spring, no matter the weather, volunteers bring plants and baking to the annual Clifford and District Horticultural Society Plant and Bake Sale on the second Friday in May at the Rotary Memorial Pavilion Park in Clifford.
Members of the society bring extra perennials, shrubs and flowers from their gardens to sell, and they donate a variety of baking.
Volunteers have tried to reach each household in the membership canvass. Each $5 adult membership helps support the society to purchase plants, host events and meetings and continue to beautify the community.
The flower show on May 28 is open to the public, however, only a member of the society can bring their entries to be judged at the show. Meetings are free to attend.