Tomatoes take over picnic in the park


Friday, August 22nd, 2014
Issue 34, Volume 18.


Tomatoes take over picnic in the park

Tomatoes take over picnic in the park - Courtesy photo. - A variety of tomatoes are on display at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s annual summer potluck picnic at Live Oak Park on Aug. 6. The picnic always features a tomato contest for several types of the fruit, from the small cherry size to large heirloom tomatoes.
A variety of tomatoes are on display at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s annual summer potluck picnic at Live Oak Park on Aug. 6. The picnic always features a tomato contest for several types of the fruit, from the small cherry size to large heirloom tomatoes.

Tomatoes take over picnic in the park - Courtesy photo. - This big yellow tomato, grown by Young Milton, is the winner of the “Largest Tomato” award at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s picnic at the park.
This big yellow tomato, grown by Young Milton, is the winner of the “Largest Tomato” award at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s picnic at the park.

Tomatoes take over picnic in the park - Courtesy photo. - Garden club members, from left, Nanette Noonan, Kathleen McInally, Young Milton, Chris Sangster and Hanh DeMore hold their winning tomato entries in the tomato growing competition held by the Fallbrook Garden Club at Live Oak Park.
Garden club members, from left, Nanette Noonan, Kathleen McInally, Young Milton, Chris Sangster and Hanh DeMore hold their winning tomato entries in the tomato growing competition held by the Fallbrook Garden Club at Live Oak Park.

Tomatoes take over picnic in the park - Courtesy photo. - Fallbrook Garden Club members, from left, Harry Carpenter, Jane Carpenter, Florence Zelasko, Ellen Francisco, Rosalie Mikelson enjoy the shade at Live Oak Park during the Fallbrook Garden Club’s summer picnic on Aug. 6.
Fallbrook Garden Club members, from left, Harry Carpenter, Jane Carpenter, Florence Zelasko, Ellen Francisco, Rosalie Mikelson enjoy the shade at Live Oak Park during the Fallbrook Garden Club’s summer picnic on Aug. 6.

Tomatoes take over picnic in the park - Courtesy photo. - Jane Carpenter, left, and Hanh DeMore are ready for some tomato pie at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s picnic in the park. For more information on the club, visit www.fallbrookgardenclub.org.
Jane Carpenter, left, and Hanh DeMore are ready for some tomato pie at the Fallbrook Garden Club’s picnic in the park. For more information on the club, visit www.fallbrookgardenclub.org.


 

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