"We are commited to establishing roots in this community and watching them grow."

The Ingomar Garden Club was Established in 1946 as a philanthropic organization dedicated to the art of gardening, flower design, conservation of natural resources, enviromental protection and civic improvement. The club was federated in 1954.  Meetings are the first Wednesday of the month, 10:30 am at St Johns Church, 311 Cumberland Rd., Pittsburgh, PA.

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Monte Cello Memories

01/09/2019 18:00

We will remember the January lunch-get-together because you needed a snow plow to get there. The menu was delicious as shown by our two happy members with their take-home doggie boxes.  Looking forward to doing this again in February at the Springfield Grill in Mars. 

Dec. 5th Shanopin Country Club

01/04/2019 20:05

Our Christmas party 2018 was at Shannopin Country Club. The dcorations were beautiful including the snow.A gift exchange along with with caroling and tasty cuisine made an enjoyable finish to 2018.  Looking forward to the New Year

 

 

It's UP. The Northland Library Christmas Tree

11/27/2018 00:15

      I all the ornaments are handmade.                                                                                                   

Take your pick.  The tree is beautiful day or night. 

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December Letter 2018

12/02/2018 22:14

Linda Womsley, President

 

Winter greetings,
I am officially declaring the growing season over. Like most of you I am planning to bring
the outside in for the Holidays, greens, pointsettia and an evergreen! Mine will be a mix of
fresh and looks like fresh. How ever you decorate, bring the winter season in!
November was full of firsts for me. I’ve been a member of the club for 12 years and this
was the first time I ‘helped’ with the Poster/Poetry judging. The kids who participated
have now been exposed to Smokey the Bear, bottled water and other themes of the
National Garden Club. It’s good to start them young! Thanks to Chris and her team for the
work they put in.
I also attended my first Horti-therapy session. The residents all enjoyed showing off and
checking out each other’s creations. It brightened what was a cold dreary day. It’s good to
keep them young! Thanks to Jessie and the usually suspects that keep this activity alive
and kicking!
Have you seen the tree? If you get a chance stop by the library and take a look.
Thank you for warmly welcoming our guests to the November meeting, I had a number of
favorable comments from attendees.
Savor the Season,
Linda Womsley,