|1968-70||Emma Nelson||1984-85||Mrs. Lucia Bjorkman||2001-02||Mark Carpenter|
|1970-72||Paul Offer||1985-87||Col. Michael Conrad||2003-04||Steve Wingfield|
|1972-74||Cora Offer||1987-89||Charles Zwirn||2005-06||Jean Vanderhider|
|1974-75||Mrs. Gus Christy||1989-91||Col. Michael Conrad||2007-08||Don Tuff|
|1975-76||Mrs. G. D. Whitfield||1991-92||Charles Zwirn||2009-10||Ray Elizondo|
|1976-77||Mrs. Russell Whipp||1992-94||Dick Griffin||2011-12||Pat Schultze|
|1977-78||Martha Montgomery||1994-95||Claudia Cowley||2013-14||Germaine Tuff|
|1978-79||Col. Michael Conrad||1995-97||Lois Bready||2015||Beatrice Moreno|
|1979-80||Ruth Allen||1998||Dennis Fortassain||2016||Don Tuff|
|1980-82||Ruth Edwards||1999||Marilyn Greenlee||2017||Lauren Curtis|
|1982-84||Col. Michael Conrad||2000||Alan Humphreys||2018||Sue Camplen|
San Antonio Daylily Society History
On Sunday afternoon, April 7, 1968, an enthusiastic group of daylily growers met in the Ruiz House at the Witte Memorial Museum, San Antonio, and laid the groundwork for a Region 6 Daylily Society in San Antonio.
The following were elected as the first officers: Mrs. Emma Nelson, Chairman; Mrs. Lawrence Cade, Secretary; and Mr. John McLane, Treasurer
Mrs. Hallie Mercer, Mrs. Russell Whipp, and Mrs. R. L. Shields were chosen to draw up the Society's Constitution and By-Laws.
The San Antonio Hemerocallis Society was organized May 19, 1968. There were 25 Charter Members. The name was changed to the San Antonio Daylily Society (SADS) on September 4, 1982.
The club is organized for
educational and scientific purposes, and especially to promote, encourage, and
foster the development and improvement of the genus Hemerocallis and
public interest therein. Members are encouraged to join AHS.
Monthly meetings are held at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens Education Building, at 2:00 p.m. on the third Sunday of the month with the exception of May and December. May is the annual flower show and plant sale and December is the annual Christmas party and installation of officers for the upcoming year. Club meeting activities include guest speakers, refreshments, daylily bingo, a summer picnic, and a Christmas party.
The Scape is the club newsletter, published monthly and sent to members.
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