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Guild Spring Luncheon and Lecture

featuring Sybil Sylvester
Thursday, April 19, 2018, 11:30 a.m. 

Presented by the Lauritzen Gardens Guild         

Chairmen: Tiffany Dencklau and Jaclyn Jandric
Guild President: Jonnie Robinson

Sybil Brooke Sylvester is the owner of Wildflower Designs in Birmingham, Alabama. As a "creative think tank" for flower fun, Sybil and her prized team of floral designers have created one of the South's most talked-about flower shops, gaining national recognition for their captivating arrangements and event design. Sybil's work has been featured in the past in Southern Living Weddings, Southern Accents, Coastal Living, Brides Magazine and Birmingham Magazine, and recently in numerous articles for flower, a national flower magazine. Sybil's ongoing involvement and title as Contributing Editor with flower magazine is a source of great pride. Sybil has also completed three years with an on-going column for Southern Accents Magazine entitled "flower school" and has held the title of Contributing Editor to Southern Accents Magazine. Sybil will be presenting and arranging on stage at the 2018: Inspiring: Guild Spring Luncheon and will be signing her book "fresh" after the presentation.

Reservations will open in 2018.

Please call Tiffany at (402) 346-4002, ext. 228 for more information. 

Learn more about Sybil, Wildflower Designs, and her book at: wildflowerdesigns.net


The Lauritzen Gardens Guild is a volunteer organization dedicated to the support and growth of Lauritzen Gardens. The guild organizes and sponsors fund- and friend-raising activities and provides educational opportunities for children.  

 


Guild Spring Luncheon Speakers:
     

 YEAR GUEST SPEAKEREVENT CHAIRMANHONORARY CHAIRMAN
2017 Sharon SantoniKaren Burkley
Connie Kinnear
 
Marsha Mamdami
Cheryl Wild-Goodrich
 
 2016 Eddie Zaratsian Kris Patton
Jonnie Robinson
 
Judy Bates 
 2015 Natalie Bowen Brookshire
Kristie Stienike
Cindy Tooher
 Ivel Reed
 2014  Natasha Lisitsa
 Karla Cassels 
Melanie Hecker
 Molly Schropp
 2013  James Farmer LaDona Rowings Hani Kenefick
 2012  Ian Prosser  Mary Lou Brasee Kathy Quinlan
 2011 Remco Van Vliet  Babs Weinberg  Sandy Parker
 2010 Mark Held Jeanne Salerno  Michelle Grewcock
 2009Ardith Beveridge  Terri Deising  Lois Roskens
 2008Ralph Null  Amy HaddadAnne Thorne Weaver 
 2007 Rene Van RemsKim Simon  Gail Yanney
 2006 Chris Giftos Mary Jochim Jean Bell
 2005Ron Morgan  Kathy Gross 
Patti Peterson
 Ginger O'Neil




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