A beautiful batik tablecloth was presented to the Society by Thelma Service in memory of her husband Bob. Decorated with colourful motifs and the Society name, this cloth was fashioned by their son Jeff, a well known batik artist from Tamborine Village. The cloth can double as a wall hanging or a backdrop at shows.
Life Memberships Len Green, Lorraine Murtagh, Norma Noack, Len Norup, Ted & Evelyn Shearwin, June Trudgian.
9th March 1988 Life Membership awarded to Len Green. Len held positions of Secretary 79-83, Treasurer 79-81, Newsletter Editor 82-87 and Committee Member 79-. Len has been active in all our shows at Mt Coot-tha since 1979, sign-writing both cloth and wooden signs for the show, designing the advertising brochures and organising the printing, planning and organising the early shows, running the raffles, ordering plants and being in charge of plant sales. Len served on advisory committees, organised the printing of the first three editions of Camellia Culture in Queensland, run grafting workshops, liaised with our Tamborine members, ordered plants for members, carpenter and stand erector of our display at the QNIA shows as well as giving talks to garden clubs. His work at Ormiston House, restoring the Camellia gardens over several years was greatly appreciated by the Ormiston House Restoration Committee and our Society. In honouring Len we pay tribute to "The man who did everything everyone else didn't do". The Society would not be in its present sound position without all his hard work and dedication and he's still in harness as Vice-President and chief plant organiser at the show.