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Milkweed & nectar plants make a difference!
Southern Hills Garden Club
Wreaths Across America
placed on the Blue Star By Way Marker located City Hall, Middlesboro, KY, by members of the Cumberland Park Garden Club
Operation Pride Tree Planting
Two Creeks members assisted in planting 25 trees at the Bowling Green I-65 Interchange ion October 24th. Members and their families helped to plant and mulch the trees in cooperation with Operation Pride.
Bardstown Garden Club
Eight members of the Bardstown Garden Club were delighted to attend the Dogwood District Regional meeting in October. Pictured left to right are, Martha Celis Petitt, Kathy McMullan, Kathy Bishop, Jackie Barney, Laurie Stith, Mary Sue Brown, Jackie Jorgenson, and Laura Christensen. Everyone enjoyed a lovely lunch, as well as the informative meeting.
Danville Montessori Students celebrate their new Monarch Waystation!
Cumberland Park Garden Club Donates to Middlesboro Library
Barbara Evans, Susan Gulley, Carey Huddleston, Michelle Lawson, Karen Potter-Hughes, Gypsie Bellar, Jan Smith
First Monarch Sighting of 2014!
If you've been to one of our Monarch Waystation programs, can you tell if this is a male or female?
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Laurel Oak Garden Club, Mayfield
Club members participating in the annual Empty Bowl Project
Flower Show School, Course I, Attendees
Middlesboro Garden Club, Sponsor
The Boone County Garden Club Flower Show
A Variety of Butterflies Enjoying the Milkweed
Check the Monarch Butterfly link to find out more about Monarch Waystations!
The Award of Excellence was received for the State President’s Special Project “Saving the Monarchs.” Joanna Kirby, GCKY 2013-15 President, and Linda Porter, Monarch Waystation Chair, accepted this honor.
Bowling Green Garden Club 80th Anniversary
The Garden Club of Elizabethtown at the dedication of their Monarch Waystation at Freeman Lake Park
Garden Club of Frankfort members Pat Gevedon and Sara Bell with First Lady Jane Beshear
They are being awarded for their volunteer work at the Governor's Mansion during the last 7 years!
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Planted in 2004 and still going strong!
The Wallis House
State Headquarters of The Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.
- To promote interest in and knowledge of horticulture, gardening, garden therapy, and youth gardening.
- To encourage beautification of home, community, and state.
- To encourage appreciation and conservation of wildflowers, wildlife, forests, wilderness areas, and other natural resources and cooperate with other agencies promoting these interests.
The Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.
State Headquarters616 Pleasant Street
Paris, Kentucky 40361
National Garden Clubs, Inc.
South Atlantic Region
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