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IN MEMORIAM




SALLY G. SIMON

Sally Graham Simon, 88, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 6, 2020.She was one of a kind. When Sally and Capt. Doug Simon moved to Norfolk, Virginia in 1980, she took the blooms found in her yard to the Norfolk Botanical Garden for identification, they won their first show and were hooked ever since. She was The Virginia Camellia Society; wearing many hats for many years. She will be greatly missed. But we have our memories and the MISS SALLY, a reticulata, with its very large red flowers, registered by Capt. Doug Simon in 2004.The Sally Simon Dedication will be held at the 2021 Fall Show.
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ELEANOR GOULDIN

Eleanor Jane Leach Gouldin, wife of Dr. Winston Gouldin. El passed away on March 19, 2021 at age 91. Her kindness was an inspiration. She will be missed.


CAROL LEE SUTHERLAND

Past-President ~ Virginia Camellia Society
State Director ~ American Camellia Society
Board of Directors ~ Virginia Camellia Society


   February 2011 - We can always use more members on the TELEPHONE COMMITTEE
to make each member's calling list shorter! This is a good way to meet other members.

  October 2007 - New Plantings at Norfolk Botanical Garden

  Blue Bird Gap Farm Arboretum in Hampton - 9/28/07

  THE DAILY PRESS - Time To Give Camellias Some Love - 2/22/07

  ACS Annual Meeting - January 2007 - Ocala, Florida

  2006 Virginia Camellia Society Fall Show - Norfolk Botanical Garden

  2006 Virginia Camellia Society Spring Show - Norfolk Botanical Garden

  York County Gardening Extravaganza 2006

  Indoor Camellia Workshop - Spring 2006

  Fall Workshop 2005

  Mustang Meadows Learning Center Project

  Award of Appreciation - Sally G. Simon

  VCS Exhibit - York County Gardening Extravaganza

  VCS Table Volunteers at Virginia Flower & Garden Show 2005

  Autumn Moon - Marie Kirk

  August 2004 Workshop

  Spring 2004 Workshop

  Showy Showcase
Camellia Blooms Add Color to the Dormant Season

  Camellia Rescue

  Members Busy at Workshop

  Clean-up of Hofeheimer Garden After Hurricane Isabel

  No Fading Beauty
Hardier Camellias Can Maintain Their Elegance


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