Altrusa International visits Patchwork Gardens


Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., enjoyed a spring outing to colorful Patchwork Gardens, a Wilt-family-owned local nursery operation that prides itself on “growing quality plants since 1983.” Chair Kay Walker’s Membership Committee presented a box supper, awarded numerous door and raffle prizes—including special prizes of flowers and plants from the Wilts—then the members gleefully dispersed to select their flowers for this spring and summer. Appreciating a “Patchwork Gardens Welcomes Altrusa” sign and the statuesque blonde mannequin beside it are three members of the local Altrusa club: (l-r) President Elaine Crutcher, Natural Resource Specialist Brigitte Hisey and Patchwork Gardens employee Janet Martin.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., enjoyed a spring outing to colorful Patchwork Gardens, a Wilt-family-owned local nursery operation that prides itself on “growing quality plants since 1983.” Chair Kay Walker’s Membership Committee presented a box supper, awarded numerous door and raffle prizes—including special prizes of flowers and plants from the Wilts—then the members gleefully dispersed to select their flowers for this spring and summer. Appreciating a “Patchwork Gardens Welcomes Altrusa” sign and the statuesque blonde mannequin beside it are three members of the local Altrusa club: (l-r) President Elaine Crutcher, Natural Resource Specialist Brigitte Hisey and Patchwork Gardens employee Janet Martin.


Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., enjoyed a spring outing to colorful Patchwork Gardens, a Wilt-family-owned local nursery operation that prides itself on “growing quality plants since 1983.” Chair Kay Walker’s Membership Committee presented a box supper, awarded numerous door and raffle prizes—including special prizes of flowers and plants from the Wilts—then the members gleefully dispersed to select their flowers for this spring and summer. Appreciating a “Patchwork Gardens Welcomes Altrusa” sign and the statuesque blonde mannequin beside it are three members of the local Altrusa club: (l-r) President Elaine Crutcher, Natural Resource Specialist Brigitte Hisey and Patchwork Gardens employee Janet Martin.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., enjoyed a spring outing to colorful Patchwork Gardens, a Wilt-family-owned local nursery operation that prides itself on “growing quality plants since 1983.” Chair Kay Walker’s Membership Committee presented a box supper, awarded numerous door and raffle prizes—including special prizes of flowers and plants from the Wilts—then the members gleefully dispersed to select their flowers for this spring and summer. Appreciating a “Patchwork Gardens Welcomes Altrusa” sign and the statuesque blonde mannequin beside it are three members of the local Altrusa club: (l-r) President Elaine Crutcher, Natural Resource Specialist Brigitte Hisey and Patchwork Gardens employee Janet Martin.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190418_153814-2-.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., enjoyed a spring outing to colorful Patchwork Gardens, a Wilt-family-owned local nursery operation that prides itself on “growing quality plants since 1983.” Chair Kay Walker’s Membership Committee presented a box supper, awarded numerous door and raffle prizes—including special prizes of flowers and plants from the Wilts—then the members gleefully dispersed to select their flowers for this spring and summer. Appreciating a “Patchwork Gardens Welcomes Altrusa” sign and the statuesque blonde mannequin beside it are three members of the local Altrusa club: (l-r) President Elaine Crutcher, Natural Resource Specialist Brigitte Hisey and Patchwork Gardens employee Janet Martin.