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Shaler Garden Club helps kick off the growing season

| Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 4:12 p.m.
Pat Blanchard helps Silas Whitehead, 4, of Ross, plant a flower during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Pat Blanchard helps Silas Whitehead, 4, of Ross, plant a flower during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Marcia Ward, left, Kathy White, Chris Conley and Ginny Miller of the Shaler Garden Club pose for a picture during the annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Marcia Ward, left, Kathy White, Chris Conley and Ginny Miller of the Shaler Garden Club pose for a picture during the annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Amy Clontz of Shaler looks over some plants during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Amy Clontz of Shaler looks over some plants during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Mary Ann Gaus, of Shaler, looks over some plants during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Mary Ann Gaus, of Shaler, looks over some plants during the Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Keira Kennedy (left) and sister Jordan Kennedy examine some of the plants during the Shaler Garden Club annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Keira Kennedy (left) and sister Jordan Kennedy examine some of the plants during the Shaler Garden Club annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, 2018 at Kiwanis Park.

Shaler Garden Club's annual plant sale on Saturday, May, 5, at Kiwanis Park was a huge success as plant-lovers and gardeners of all skill levels turned out to share tips and add some new items to their own gardens.

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