This summer’s issue of Gentry Home Magazine ran a feature story on our own Peninsula Volunteer Master Gardener, Betsy Kehoe. Betsy is known throughout the Peninsula for her horticultural service, “Every Bloomin’ Thing”. If you can grow it – and especially if you can grow it beautifully and artfully in a pot – Betsy can do this for you!
Two years ago, when we were redecorating Peninsula Volunteers Little House, the Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center, Betsy stepped up to work on the garden design. With her friends at the UC Master Gardeners program, she also helped develop a gardening year long series of classes and workshops at Little House that were very popular.
This spring, Betsy took on the main gardening design for our 2013 Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. Decorator Show House in Woodside. From fountains to planters to pots of every size and shape to surrounds for massive outdoor sculpture, all of that was Betsy’s artful contribution to the Show House. If you saw it and loved it, you have a feeling for why Betsy is not at all shy about digging into the dirt!
Betsy is a strong Peninsula Volunteer with a keen interest in our programs. She has many interests world wide. In June she brought us the “Samburu Warrior” lecture that wowed a new audience at Little House.
We’re proud of all our fabulous Peninsula Volunteers. So talented and so dedicated.
This month we join Gentry in celebrating Betsy Kehoe. You can read about it here: http://mydigimag.rrd.com/publication/?i=164471. Then show your friends.