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The Lisianthus Society
 
The Lisianthus Society was created in 2015 to recognize Members and Friends for their generosity, dedication and support of the Women’s Council’s annual fundraising events.
 
The Lisianthus flower is an elegant beauty grown in the southern United States and a descendent of the North American wildflower. Also known as a Texas Bluebell, it is native to Texas and is similar in appearance to a rose with double varieties resembling peonies.  It is the perfect symbol for the beauty, grace, strength and spirit of women so wonderfully celebrated in A Woman’s Garden.
 
With a yearly contribution of $500 and above, one may become a member of the Society.  These are ways you may do so: 
  • Yearly Membership Dues at the Patron Level or above
  • A Writer’s Garden Ticket at the Patron Level or above
  • A Mad Hatter’s Tea Ticket at the Patron Level Ticket or above
  • Participation as a Fundraising Event Underwriter or Table Sponsor
  • Participation in A Woman’s Garden Annual Appeal
As a Lisianthus Society member, you will receive an Invitation to an exclusive Spring Tea honoring you as a member of the Lisianthus Society.
 
For further information about The Lisianthus Society,
please contact: Kathy Cothrum,  wkcothrum@gmail.com
or Dorothea Meltzer, admnj@msn.com.