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1 What Is This Thing Called Garden Club? An Orientation for Prospective and New Members A Refresher for Current Members

2 The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. CLUB COLLECT Our Father, Who didst first reveal thyself in a garden, touch our eyes that we may see Thee in power, wonder, majesty, and glory in every growing plant. Attune our ears to Thy whisperings, among the trees. May Thy Holy Spirit prune, purify, and nurture our souls, that fragrant deeds shall blossom in the lives and beautify the world. And grant that we may walk with Thee through eternity in that promised Garden of God. Amen. By Mrs. Frank Burney Adopted January 1959

3 The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc S. Milledge Avenue Athens, GA Phone:

4 Suzanne Wheeler, State President, right presents a fairy garden to Barbara Bourque at Winter State Board Meeting. GCG State Seal Brown Thrasher & Cherokee Rose State Colors Green & White.

5 The Mission of The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. Beautification Conservation Education

6 The Garden Club of Georgia Headquarters House in Athens

7 The Seven Districts of GCG Laurel I Azalea II Oleander III Camellia IV Magnolia V Dogwood VI Redbud VII

8 National Garden Clubs, Inc. Deep South Region The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. 7 Districts 28 Councils 379 Garden Clubs Members

9 Deep South Region DSR Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee

10 National Garden Clubs, Inc. NGC Headquarters House St. Louis, Missouri

11 GCG President’s Projects Ban the Bag Lonnie Sutton, Chairman Certification of Basic Design Instructors A series of 5 Basic Design Classes Betty McKissick, Chairman Youth Clubs Susan Turner, Chairman Membership –What Is This Thing Called Garden Club? Virginia Pennington, Chairman Happy Birthday Founders Memorial Garden Celebrated the 75 th Anniversary May 15, 2014 in Athens Charlotte Waters, Chairman

12 GCG Continuing Projects Penny Pines Pull a Tab and Save for Ronald McDonald Flower Shows Will Flourish Garden Week in Georgia

13 Deep South Unified Region Project Community Gardens

14 National Garden Clubs President’s Theme “Making a World of Difference: Choices Matter”

15 GCG Scholarship Program Purchase of Calendars Donations Patron of Scholarships Named Scholarships Life Memberships Dot Williams, GCG Chairman

16 Life Memberships State Life Membership - $ % to Scholarship Program 50% to HQ House Unrestricted Endowment Fund Deep South Life Membership - $ % to DSR Scholarship Fund National Life Membership - $ % to NGC Scholarship Fund 50% to National HQ House Endowment Bess Hartley, GCG Chairman

17 GCG Grant Program Community On My Mind Grant Historic Landscape and Garden Grant Program Flower Show Grant Program Barrington Hall Boxwood Gardens were restored, in part, with a 2006 Historic Landscape and Garden Grant. This has been an ongoing, two year project by Roswell Garden Club members.

18 State Botanical Garden of Georgia Arboreta/Botanical and Memorial Gardens Ruthellen Anderson, GCG Chairman

19 Diane Harbin, GCG Chairman Garden Therapy

20 Founders Memorial Garden Happy 75 th Birthday Celebration May 15, 2014

21 Leconte-Woodmanston Plantation and Botanical Gardens Beverly Nash, GCG Chairman

22 Mary Ellen Roos, GCG Chairman Land Trust /Marshall Forest

23 Roadside Beautification Kathryn Litton, GCG Chairman

24 GCG Courses Basic Horticulture Basic Design

25 NGC Courses Landscape Design School Gardening Study School Environmental Studies School Flower Show School

26 Awards Program (L-R) Lou Ann Bleakley, DSR Awards Chairman along with Martha Price, GCG 1 st Vice President and Suzanne Wheeler, Chair GCG President and Awards Chairmanenjoy a time out at the Awards Workshop in Tifton.

27 Jan Marie Thiese, GCG Chairman Blue Star Memorial Marker Program

28 Peg Glover, GCG Chairman Historic Trail Marker Program

29 The First Week in June National Garden Week

30 Talley Sweat, GCG Chairman Legislative Advocacy

31 Susan Turner, GCG Chairman Youth Garden Clubs

32 Molly Kimler, GCG Chairman Wild and Wonderful Youth Camp

33 Mary Ogden, Woodsy Owl/Smokey Bear Poster Contest Chairman Jean O’Shields, Youth Poetry Contest Chairman

34 All Garden Club Members receive the magazine! Garden Gateways Published Quarterly Victoria Chandler, Editor Dorothy Lee, Copy Editor

35 Mary Denney, GCG Chairman GCG Engagement Calendar

36 Send Club and Council articles to Linda Ragland This is a statewide newsletter and is published Quarterly. Articles and photos must be sent before deadlines of February 15, May 15, August 15, November 15 Board Briefs A Newsletter from The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. Board of Directors

37 GCG Listserv Managers Kathy Donahue Brenda Griner

38 Find us on Facebook. “Like Us” and come back often to keep up with Garden Club of Georgia events and news as well as other items our members enjoy!

39 GCG Website Barbara Bourque, Manager Download forms, awards info, and learn more about The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc! Online Guide Login Information User Name: guide Password: grow1315


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