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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...

Make Your Own Deer Spray

11/08/2019 21:47
Submitted by Elayne Masters   You will need: 1 gallon jug 1 dozen eggs - cracked into jug peeled and slivered cloves of garlic Red Pepper - optional   Add the ingredients to the jug and fill with water. Shake it, and then let it sit in the sun for a couple of days. Pour in...

Awards

11/08/2019 21:25
                         CONGRATULATIONS JULIE BARNES WINNER OF THE DISTRICT IX PERENNIAL BLOOM AWARD We, in our Garden Clubs have been privileged to have long time members who,...

NOVEMBER / The Blue Jay

11/08/2019 21:17
                                         The Blue Jay This common, large songbird is familiar to...

Nov. Selection Bluejay

11/08/2019 21:14
                                                  

November Selection 2019 THE bluejay

11/08/2019 21:10
                                                   

November Meeting 2019

11/07/2019 22:50
Pumpkins ! "nuff said"   Here is a recipe for making pumpkin "from the vine"    At the November meeting Oralia Ferretti shared her recipe for a lovely center piece.

From the President November 2019

11/07/2019 22:22
                                    HAPPY FALL! The smell of Autumn is in the air, the leaves are falling and our gardens are producing their final display. Time to get outside and enjoy the season! If...

District IX Perennial Bloom Award Goes to IGC MEmber

11/01/2019 21:32
  Julie Barnes                 CONGRATULATIONS JULIE BARNES WINNER OF THE DISTRICT IX PERENNIAL BLOOM AWARD We, in our Garden Clubs have been privileged to have long time members who, like the faithful perennials in...

Awards

11/01/2019 21:29
                                       CONGRATULATIONS JULIE BARNES WINNER OF THE DISTRICT IX PERENNIAL BLOOM AWARD We,...

Xmas 2019 is coming

10/29/2019 22:52
  IGC CHRISTMAS AT SHANNOPIN COUNTRY CLUB  

Cold Comfort - Design Basics / November

10/26/2019 21:56
Don’t let Jack Frost freeze out the beauty of your garden. Enliven the scene with evergreens, colorful berries, interesting bark, and even some winter flowers' BY P. ALLEN SMITH, Gardening How To, Nov/Dec 2006, p.48-9   Savor Winters Quiet Beauty - When compared to the bright, festive colors...

Day Out Event / Tree Pittsburgh greenhouse

10/24/2019 22:30
October 23rd program "boss" Kate Coleville headed us to the Tree Pittsburgh greenhouse at 34 62nd street in upper Laweranceville.  As you may recall Joe Davish, from Tree Pittsburgh, came to our May meeting and gave us a crash course in tree planting and pruning.

Day Out

10/24/2019 22:29

David Council Park

10/17/2019 19:41
  Time to bend over and close down the park.  In fact the work has already begun.  Digging up the annuals, trimming the perrenials and finishing up Oct 29th....

David Council Park

10/17/2019 19:35
  Time to bend over and close down the park.  In fact the work has already begun.  The final day is Oct 29. 

October Meetiing, 2019

10/03/2019 20:09
We are now meeting at Northmont Church on Perry Highway.  Per usual Linda hit the gavel at 10:30 and we finished at 12:00 for a lovely lunch provided by the members.  The floral centerpiece, designed by Barb Oswald, had a little competition with another "piece" on the side that contained...

NHCO is still collecting coats

10/01/2019 21:14
Soon they will be collecting for Thanksagiving.  I will be announcing a date for later in October to help with their Fall Cleanup which Alyssa said is their greatest need right now.

North Hils Communiry Outreach / October

10/01/2019 21:11

NORTH HILLS COMMUNITY OUTREACH

10/01/2019 21:10
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