Mar 7, 2013 17:02 Club News for Feb. 27, 2013 Club News for Feb. 27, 2013 Photo provided by LOWELL TILLEY -- Burden Horticulture Society program -- Wanda Chase, left, of Imahara's Landscape gave a checklist for spring gardening for the Burden Horticulture Society on Feb. 4. With her is Judy Foil, BHS board chair. Advocate story March 07, 2013 Comments Spring gardens topic for ‘Reflections’ event Wanda Chase of Imahara’s Landscape offered a checklist of tools, materials and plants to create a spring garden at the Burden Horticulture Society’s “Reflections in the Garden” program on Feb. 4 at the Burden Center. She showed labor-saving tools and live plants that are good to use in a spring garden. “Reflections in the Garden” is a monthly lunch-and-learn program about horticulture and gardening. Chase assists Program Chairwoman Sherry Eubanks arranging 2013 programs. Pete Newton, landscape architect with the Newton Landscape Group, will give a simple landscape primer from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, March 4, at the LSU AgCenter Burden Conference Center, 4560 Essen Lane. More information about BHS can be found online at http://www.burdenhorticulturesociety.com. McMains board gains three new members The McMains Children’s Developmental Center Board of Directors welcomed new members Garrett Galjour, Anya Glusman and Jenny Hebert at its Jan. 30 meeting. Board officers for 2013 are President Michael McNulty, Vice President Gina Dugas and Secretary-Treasurer Mike Krumholt. Established in 1954, McMains Children’s Developmental Center is a United Way Community Partner and United Cerebral Palsy affiliate. McMains identifies and treats children with cerebral palsy, developmental delays and learning disabilities to enable them to reach their potential and to function as independently as possible. The “Club News” column runs every Tuesday and Wednesday, and Friday as needed, in The Advocate. Club items and photographs should be submitted to “Club News,” Advocate People section, P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. Events should be submitted in a timely fashion. 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.