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Garden Clubs will present officer training at Lorenzi Park

aining session for those interested in becoming more effective officers in their clubs. The training will take place at 9 a.m. Tuesday and is scheduled to finish around 3:30 p.m.

The doors will open at 8:30 a.m. for check in.

The session will be presented by Robin Pokorski, former California Garden Club state president and current corresponding secretary of the National Garden Clubs .

Training will be held at the Nevada Garden Club Center in Lorenzi Park, 3333 W. Washington Ave., near the corner of Twin Lakes Drive. Cost is $20, or free to Nevada Garden Club members.

Lunch may be purchased for $10 (or you may bring your own).

Registration for the session will close Sunday.

For additional information or to register, contact Vicki Yuen at 702-259-9888 or yuenvicki@hotmail.com.

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