Bronze Medal Awards
VALLEY FORGE CHAPTER
Al and Edna Curley
It is with sincere appreciation, that we award our Chapter's highest honor to Al and Edna Curley for serving our chapter as treasurer and corresponding secretary, recognizing the contribution of time and energy they have given and hoping that as they continue to serve our chapter and fulfill their duties in these positions, they will often remember how truly grateful we are.
NORTH KITSAP CHAPTER
Marshall D. and Edna Majors
At the October 29, 1981, meeting of the North Kitsap Rhododendron Society Chapter, President M. Chandler Redman presented a bronze medal to Marshall D. and Edna Majors "for their many years of never failing patience, courtesy and cheerfulness in contributing their time, talents, experience and plants to our chapter and members and to the Rhododendron Species Foundation."
TAPPAN ZEE CHAPTER
William C. Klippel
The Tappan Zee Chapter awarded a Bronze Medal to: William C. Klippel, "for his long and faithful service which included terms as chapter president, chairman of fund raising and classification chairman of the annual flower show; and for sharing with chapter members his knowledge and skill in growing and propagating as well as his diligence and faithfulness in pursuing the goals of our organization."
LEWIS COUNTY CHAPTER
Folmer and Florence Sogaard
The Lewis County Chapter presented the Bronze Medal to: Folmer and Florence Sogaard for their dedication to the chapter; "his in wittingly editing the monthly newsletter" and her in "her devotion as secretary-treasurer."
Published in volume 36 number 1, Spring 1982 issue.
POTOMAC VALLEY CHAPTER
Jacob B. Engle
"For his many years of generous service, superb plantsmanship, and inspiration as a guiding force to the Potomac Valley Chapter."