Dedication Ceremonies Held For Ribera Garden

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Material Information

Title:
Dedication Ceremonies Held For Ribera Garden
Series Title:
Ribera House (Progress Photographs, Book No. 1)
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Publisher:
The St. Augustine Record
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 1NW22
Folder: Ribera House

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Saint Augustine (Fla.)
22 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Ribera House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Ribera Garden (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 22 Saint George Street
Coordinates:
29.897022 x -81.313485

Notes

General Note:
May 4-5, 1968

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
B12-L4-5; 26-27
System ID:
USACH00495:00028


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e first fthe Others participating on the estoration a was officially program were Mrs. Raymond dedicated Friday by the presi- J. O'Brien of the Restoration dent of the Florida Federation Commission gave much of of Garden Clubs, Inc., who oin her -time dised the feded with the president of the lo- er tioni hera Garden cal Presidents r the p ect Father James brief ceremonid e Ri- B dedication bera Gardens. ble Stanley
"We didn't hat a Bull ity Episbeautiful garn s .S copaF -ered the This is such asion benediction P. Davis
for us," Mrs riffin,\ led the gather e pledge president o eder- of allegiance, or guard nation of G told and flag beare applied the gather state by the Florida ary Degarden cl d civic apartment. officials. Florida Federation garden
Comme oration club leaders present Friday inCommissio 'ision in
turning ages of cluded Mrs. Maurice Dillingtime" Mrid of the ha, Santa Rosa Beach, first City of St.I e and its vice presid Andrew A. restoration ea "You have Gurke, H nd adapted to the 20t century, but president; hennell, you have not lost your heritage Orlando, g secreand charm." This garden is "so tary; a PaulDunmtch a part of the past," she klin, co director of district 4. said. .Hostesses were Mrs. Jack
The Ribera Garden, createdd pd the in 1966 by the St. Augustine Dunlap, a past president of the Restration, Inc., with the Flor- federation MrsD 0. Fohee ida Federation of Garden Clubs, Sr., former and no Inc.," as the plaque unveiled Staff;a Friday reads, was planned un- Staff; aistnd der the guidance of a commit- Ti ioa tee appointed by the past presi Local Presidents Council odent of the Federation, Mrs ficers Mrs. William Green, Charles Blanchard. Serving on f it were Mrs. Thomas Willi? ms, !vice president; Mrs. Carl WestMrs. H. E. Wolfe and Mrs pbal, core sponding secretary; Griffin. Later, Miss Cathy Sam- Mrs. .... .. isecreple replaced Mrs. Williams tary; sina, treawho moved from this district surer In the garden are plants advisor;the which are exact varieties and various were kinds known to have existed in als intrith o the gardens Colonial St. Au- cal civic laders. gustine.
B program
Mrs. Puckett, president of esidents Council of Ga is in St. Augustine, s s mistress of
ceremony Friday's brief
dedicatio g with Mrs.
riffin t the dedication
Jplaque.
Also pP re St. Augustine Mayo on Upchurch,
who co the Florida
Federatis en Clubs for
its part toration program; an men students
from the F a School for the
Blind, who sang two selections
under the direction of Hubert
Foster.