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Lunch at Longhorn Steakhouse

01/06/2020 14:20
January 8th the IGC Gals will head for the Longhorn Steakhouse to "break bread."   While we are no longer doing the weed whacking thing we can still smell the roses via the seed catalogs.    Let the snow fall...just helps us keep up our shoveling skills. Time to take care of...

CONTEST JUDGING

01/05/2020 13:20
              Chris Hawthorn, through her tireless work of connecting us with many educational facilites in our area has made it possibel for IGC to enable the youth to compete in the National Garden Club Federation  Smokey Bear...

December Meeting

12/18/2019 17:36
          The December meeting was held at Shannopin Country. The snow complimented their Christmas tree and lovely decorations...

Library Christmas Tree

12/16/2019 19:51
Ruth Kirk and her crew came  through with another winner.  Behold the 2019 Northland Library Christmas tree

SAVE THE DATE / April 17th

12/02/2019 12:36
Mark your calendar-------- April 17, 2020, Pittsburgh, District IX will host the GCFP 90th Anniversary Meeting.  Location will be the Double Tree Hilton in  Cranaberry township.    Get ready for a big celebrationa and "splash" of events------more information to come.

Feb. 12th Board Meeting

12/02/2019 12:35
Board Meeting------Northmont Church,   Conference Room, 10am The IGC  year begins to "bloom" for 2020  

Feb. 5th Lunch at Springfield Grill

12/02/2019 12:34
Near 228, in Mars, PA.   Springfield Grill is located at 7001 Crider Road, Mars, PA.   724 778 8700 This is snow-shoveling-time of year so dress warm and plan on some hot apple cider.   Bring seed catalogs and think   S_P_R_I_N_G

Jan. 8th, Lunch at Longhorn Steakhouse

12/02/2019 12:33
Lunch at the Longhorn Steakhouse, adjacent to McCandless Crossing Plaza, 150 Covenant Ave.   412 369 8420 IGC gals will catch up on holiday activities and start planning for 2020

From The President

12/02/2019 12:09
      Welcome Winter,   As I write this there is a blanket of snow on the ground, the roads are clear and the skies are blue. I have a fire burning in the fireplace and an evergreen decorated for Christmas in the corner. That's what I was hoping I would see when I opened my eyes...

Cook Fresh Pumpkin

11/08/2019 21:52
  It's easy to make your own pureed pumpkin that you can keep in the freezer for soups and pies. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Cut pumpkin in half and remove seeds and strings. (You can save and dry the seeds to plant next year!) For large...
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