Nov 14, 2012 17:30 Club News for Nov. 6, 2012 Club News for Nov. 6, 2012 Photo provided by TEENIE BAJON -- KC Auxiliary baking contest -- Winners of the baking contest held on Oct. 9 by the Father Maynard E. Hurst Jr. Knights of Columbus Auxiliary are, from left, Shirley Bonaccorso, Terrie Martin, Cheryll Thomas, Barbara Sanders, Betty Baughman and Teenie Bajon. Advocate story Nov. 14, 2012 Comments Hurst KC Auxiliary holds baking contest The Father Maynard E. Hurst Jr. Knights of Columbus Auxiliary held its bake-taste contest on Oct. 9 at the St. Louis Catholic Church Parish Activity Center. Cake contest winners were, first place, Barbara Sanders, peanut butter cake; second place, Betty Baughman, banana cake; and third place, Teenie Bajon, strawberry cake. Pie contest winners were first place, Cheryll Thomas, layered turtle cheesecake pie; second place, Terrie Martin, autumn harvest cheesecake pie; and third place, Shirley Bonaccorso, mama’s lemon chess pie. Bajon was contest chairwoman. Margaret Mannino and Baughman were co-chairwomen. Judges were Mike and Deanna Dugan and Joi Spears. The cakes and pies were served at the KC and auxiliary meal before their meeting. WBR Garden & Civic visits Imahara garden Walter Imahara and his sister, Lily Metz, spoke about Imahara’s Botanical Garden in St. Francisville on Oct. 9 to the West Baton Rouge Garden & Civic Club. After telling stories about the Haiku carvings done by their father, James Imahara, and telling their family history, Imahara led a tour of the 54-acre garden to view shrubs and trees planted in groups of threes and fives. The nine reflecting pools were named after James Imahara’s nine children. Members returned to the conference center for a lunch prepared by the October committee members. The “Club News” column runs every Tuesday and Wednesday, and Friday as needed, in The Advocate. Items and photographs should be submitted to “Club News,” Advocate People section, P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Events should be submitted in a timely fashion. Photos may not include more than 10 people and will be used on a once-a-month per organization basis. Photos will be returned if stamped, self-addressed envelopes are provided. By submitting photos to The Advocate, you agree that they can be published in any of The Advocate’s print or digital publications.