Jackie Grote, a Forsyth County Master Gardener and Master Naturalist, will present a program about our encounters with birds - the joy of their presence, their food needs and nesting habits.
Doug Hanna of NewLeaf Microgreens presented this two-part program.
He attended a two-day class at Mushroom Mountain for certification.
Members had been asked to make fall centerpieces for tables at
The Oaks Assisted Living Home. The rules were:
Carol Baumrucker (right) was declared winner of the challenge.
Composers (Cindy Bean and Jill Denlea - left) distributed the new Yearbooks.
Vicky Rice will chair Garden Therapy Committee and Dorothy Moore will become the Social Committee chair.
The final CGC meeting for the year was held at the home of Sherry Brownlee. In addition to the installation of 2021-2022 club officers (delayed due to pandemic), there was a tour of Sherry's expansive gardens and a plant exchange (including Euphorbia, Aloe, Pineapple Lily, Lamb’s Ear, and Salvia). Charlotte Dewberry supplied delicious cupcakes to top off a picnic lunch. New Officers: Judy Ree-President, Jill Denlea-Vice President, Shirley Puch-Secretary, and Linda Hardie-Treasurer.