BROMELIAD SOCIETY OF THE PALM BEACHES
C/O Tom Ramiccio - Vice President
1717 North L Street
Lake Worth, FL 33460-6628
PHONE: (561) 386-7812
The Society meets on the third Thursday of each month. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and are held at the Mounts Botanical Garden at Military N/O Southern Blvd. 531 North Military Trail W Palm Beach FL 33415
Meeting is in the building in front next to the parking lot. (Do not go through the entrance gate.) The auditorium is located in front of Mounts facing Military Trail!!
Dues are due in January. Please send your payment to the Membership Chair, Kathy Silverio (10 Velaire Dr, Boynton Beach Fl 33426-3409). The dues are $20.00 for individuals or $25 for a family. If badges are needed, they are $9 each. Checks made out to Bromeliad Society of the Palm Beaches.
The club will have a huge selection of bromeliads for sale at the Mounts Spring Sale April 27 & 28. This is a big fund raiser for the club so please help out and stop by and get a few plants.
The Committee Chairs
Dues do's and Dues don'ts
Dues are due so do pay up
For all issues regarding the rambles and events, please contact the vice president, Tom Ramiccio.
For all issues regarding speakers including suggestions for speakers, please contact the vice president, Tom Ramiccio.
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We ask members to bring in a snack or other refreshments on the month of their birthday. Please coordinate what you'll bring to the meetings with the Refreshments Chairman.
Roster & Bylaws
If you are missing your roster or By Laws please ask the Membership Chairman or any of the officers for your hard copies. We are not providing electronic copies of the roster to ensure the privacy of our members. You can get a soft copy of our Bylaws here. By Laws
Please print the application and bring it to the meeting or mail to the membership chairman. Directions are found on the application.
Check out our Library . If you want to recommend a book for the Society to purchase, please see our Librarian, Cynthia Wroblowsky. She can be reached at email@example.com .
Show & Tell
Have an interesting plant that's blooming or doing something odd or you just don't know what's going on with it? Bring it in and show the members your plants. Someone should have an answer to your questions. If you just want some bragging rights to an excellently cultivated specimen, by all means bring it in for Show and Tell.
We have a strong group on Facebook. You are welcome to join the discussion and see more of what we do.
Email inquiries to Tammy Marks e-Editor