"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.
Butler Garden Club hosted the District IX annual meeting at the Butler Country Club. A beautiful day, at a beautiful place, and also Congratulations on their 90th birthday year as a garden club..
Ingomar Garden Club is meeting at the Northmont Church, 8069 Perry Highway. Same time and same game plan. Grow, gather amd give.
Thanks Ann Mcgill for the lovely centerpiece.
Chris Holt, Retired Art Teacher amd Phipps Master Gardner presented a program that will long be remembered, "Disclosing Practical Gardening Tips " Her solutions were practical, economical and often found in our very own garages.
Congratuations to everyone who entered the poetry and poster contest - especially to the winners Emma Stephens (6th grade), Lilly Ranotto (8th grade), Brooklynn Dougherty (5th grade), Adrianne Hegerty (3rd grade), O'Nora McCurdy (2nd grade), Helen Papas, (7th grade), and Michael Niggemyer (Senior).
To see pictures of all the winners, click here.
Since we knew our program was going to cover "Invasive Species" members came prepared to confront Amy Jewitt with their invasive "cuttings". Amy oversees a database listing invasive species information for the PA Natural Heritage Program and the Western PA Conservancy.
To see more pictures and read about the meeting, click here.
End of Summer Greetings
I understand that we have had the first chill of fall in the air- I'msorry that I missed it! May we have beautiful days ahead to work in Davis Council Park.
We have a busy Septembe ahead - plenty of times to share with friends. The first week we will hold our first meeting (in a long time) at Northmont UPC. (directions on the last page.) The second week we will have our District Meeting at Butler Country Club on Friday, and our booth at the McCandless Community Day on Saturday.
We take a day off on Sunday then start the third week with Horti-therapy then a tour of Historic Harmony. Throw in a couple of David Council work days and we will have lots of opportunitys to get together and ......
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