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20 HMA Welcomes Corporate Volunteers 5 Ghost Orchid in bloom in HMAs C. Fred Edwards Conservatory. The ghost orchid is native to Floridas swamp lands and only blooms once a year for 8-9 days. Aaron Saxton from Charleston loaned the orchid to HMA in October to share this rare event with the community. Memorial Benches in honor of loved ones in the Daine Courtyard and the Steelman Butterfly Garden. Monarch butterflies tagged and released by HMA in 2014. Data from the Museums tagging program is sent to Kansas University. Views of HMA since the Museum joined the worldwide Google Art Project on September 17th . New members joined HMA through the NXTGEN Open Door Membership Campaign. 1 16 19333 74 HMA by the Numbers Thanks to the Alcon volunteers and all the many volunteers who help make the Huntington Museum of Art an important part of the Tri-State community. This past October HMA was lucky enough to be selected as a Community Partner by Alcon and as a CARES partner by it was the third year in a row the Museum has been chosen for both of these partnerships. Each business in- cluded HMA on a list of sites from which their employees could select to provide volunteer service. Between the 17 Alcon vol- unteers who gave 68 hours of service and the 10 volunteers who provided 60 hours of service HMAs Shop Education Development and Facilities departments were able to cross several things off their to-do lists. Sincere thanks and appreciation go to both of these area businesses and their hard- working employees