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Red Hill Garden Club

President: Victoria N. Salmon

vsalmon2014@gmail.com

703-461-7920 home


General Club Meeting Information:

Meeting 3rd Tuesday of each month in members houses


History:

Red Hill Garden Club was founded in 1955 and was named after the roads

that branched off old Braddock Road.  The area was known as “Red Hill.”


Red Hill Garden Club is a group of thirty-five women who share common interests in gardening, horticulture and flower arranging.  The club provides monthly programs and activities to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of these interests.  Members take advantage of opportunities at club meetings to practice and sharpen their flower arranging skills and knowledge of gardening.  The club also participates in outreach projects in the community and disburses funds to organizations that club members vote upon each year.

Trowel Garden Club of Triangle, Virginia


President: Dee Brown                             1st Vice President:  Bev Femino

deebrownva@aol.com                     bafemino@comcast.net

703-221-7440                                         703-966-3260


General Club Meeting Information:

Meet at 11:00am at Montclair Country Club in Montclair, VA

2nd Wednesday of the month from September to June

Business meeting at 11:00am, Lunch at Noon, Program at 1:00pm


Our club activities also include:

Flower Show, biyearly

Field Trip, annual

Christmas Party, annual

End of the Year Picnic, annual


History:

Founded in 1953, the Trowel Garden Club of

Triangle is the oldest garden club in Eastern

Prince William County.  Over the years and up

to the present time, the club continues to focus

on improving our knowledge of horticulture,

strives to practice environmentally sound

gardening practices continues to improve our

floral designs and looks for ways to beautify

our homes, gardens and communities.  We work

with those who have developmental disabilities

through our Garden Therapy activities and work on several projects throughout the year.  Membership is open to anyone with a love of gardening and floral design, a wish to assist others less fortunate, as well as a desire for more knowledge about safe environmental practices, landscaping ideas and horticulture care.

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Garden Club of Waynewood (GCW)

Gardening, Education, Service and Friendship






The Garden Club of Waynewood was established in May 1961

to foster interest in all phases of gardening and the  beautification

of the Waynewood community, and to educate in the areas of

horticulture, artistic design and conservation.


Meeting Information/Activities -  GCW meets the third Thursday

of the month, September through June, at 9:30 am in Fellowship Hall,

Plymouth Haven Baptist Church, 8532 Fort Hunt Road, Alexandria,

Virginia.


Monthly meetings usually have an educational speaker covering

elements of design or conservation.  Meetings often have judging

of member’s horticulture contributions and floral design arrangements.


An annual community garden tour is held in May.  GCW members

hold an annual plant sale at the Waynewood community Fourth of

July festivities.  A holiday party and other social events are held

periodically.  Several standard flower shows have been held over

the years.  Occasional trips are arranged to gardens, nurseries and

flower shows.


Dues/Membership RequirementsDues are $35 a year.  New members are always welcome. Requirements for membership include only an interest in learning more about gardening, horticulture, floral design and helping the community while expanding friendships.


Newsletter -  A monthly electronic newsletter is distributed Sept. through June to members.


Community Service -  GCW has been involved in a number of gardening educational programs for children. GCW contributes annually to a Waynewood student college scholarship fund for deserving high school graduates.  


For further information, contact 2016-2017 GCW Officers -

President -  Dorothy Raduazo , 703-360-2316, email doromrr@verizon.net.

Membership Chair – Nancy Skelly, 703-360-9465, email NSS1126@cox.net, or visit the club

Facebook page at gardenclubofwaynewood for an up to date list of events.