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To see the rose show results, please visit the Sacramento Rose Society 2005 Rose Show Results Page
Betty Ann Cassina with the King of Show, Gemini
Dena Wagner with her Princess of Show, Helmut Schmidt
Dena Wagner with her Mini Queen of Show, Dancing Flame
Baldo Villegas with his Mini King of Show, Class of '73
Dena Wagner and her Mini Princess of Show, Behold
Baldo Villegas with his most proud entry, three blooms of Yolande d'Aragon, an old garden rose introduced around 1842.
Baldo Villegas & Betty Ann Cassina showing their disqualified winning entries because they forgot to put their names on the entry tags.
Linda Longacre showing how she got disqualified for not putting the year of introduction in all of ther OGR entries.
GENERAL ROSE SHOW PICTURES
Rose Show Chair, Adena Kalal with the Tally Committee, Katherine & Phyllis.
The Calligraphy Committee was very efficient in recording the winning roses on the Certificates and Cards.
Ann Mansker made sure that all the trophies were accounted for and all the classes were properly set.
Colleen Gallagher, Clerks' Chair, instructing the Tally chairs, Katherine and Phyllis, on how to record the winning roses.
His clerking team is having lots of fun.
Linda trying to read the tags from far away.
Debora and Pam clerking a part of the show.
Somebody has to take care of the young rosarians that are unable to work in the show.
Muriel Humenick, Judges Chair, made sure that all the classes were judged.
Jerry and Jennifer judging the Polyantha sprays.
Rey, Ed, and Mary judging the Artist Palettes.
Bill, Beverly and George judging the OGR section of the show
Sharon, Earl and Rosemary judging some of he climbing roses.
Horticulture judges, Jennifer Galli and Bill trying to cast their vote on the Queen of Show
The Arrangements Judges judging the rose arrangements ... Dolores, Marvin and Barbara.
Pennie and her clerking team in the arrangements area of the show.
Ruth and Leona putting the final touches to the lunches being served to the judges and the rose society members.
Ruth Senior and Leona Wiener preparing lunch in the kitchen while Betty Cassina just remembered that she didn't put her name on an entry tag.
MARY ADAMS AND HER CUT FLOWER SALES GROUP
SALES OF MINIATURE ROSES
Vera Howard and John Cockerham checking out the quality of the miniature roses.
Charles Howard and Luciano Galli setting out the miniature roses obtained from Nor'East Miniature Roses.
Baby Ballerina (left), a single petalled pink blend miniature rose and and the odd colored floribunda Hot Cocoa (right) are some of our members favorite roses to grow in the Sacramento Valley area.
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