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Hungarian Cultural Garden Dogwood Trees

Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Garden
New Dogwood Trees - August 2, 2009

Now over 70 years old, the Hungarian Cultural Garden has been re-dedicated and volunteers, led by Hungarian Garden president Carolyn Balogh, have been working hard to improve it.

Carolyn Balogh in Hungarian Cultural Garden

10 beautiful new dogwood trees were planted in the Garden. They were donated by organizations and individuals from the Cleveland Hungarian community.

Hungarian Cultural Garden


Hungarian tree donors with golden shovels




Joseph Györky of American Hungarian Friends of Scouting Tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Joseph Györky - American Hungarian Friends of Scouting


Mary Jane Molnar - Hungarian Cultural Center of Northeast Ohio Tree  in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Mary Jane Molnar - Hungarian Cultural Center of Northeast Ohio


Tom Smith - Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel Tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Tom Smith - Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel


Jim Balogh Tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Jim Balogh


Kori Smith - Tree donor in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Kori Smith


Elaine and Betty Rose Galgany tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Elaine and Betty Rose Galgany


Theodore Horvath tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Theodore Horvath


Steve Szappanos - Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society Tree in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Steve Szappanos - Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society


While the donors tended to the new trees, Istvan Haigatai recited poetry about trees.

Istvan Haigatai and Carolyn Balogh

Istvan Haigatai and Carolyn Balogh


Istvan Haigatai

Istvan Haigatai


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