Copies of “The Saved Seed,” by Brenda Moore were purchased by the Luray Garden Club and given to all Page County elementary schools and public libraries last fall.
In the spring of 2018, former elementary teacher and counselor, Linda Dudley and her granddaughter, Courtney who is studying to be a teacher, shared the book and hands-on seed activities with two 4th and two 5th grade classes at Springfield Elementary School and one kindergarten class at Luray Elementary reaching approximately 125 students and 9 adults.
Susan King also did a class at the Luray Library
The Saved Seed Project
Members of the Luray Garden Club gathered to honor the memory of past member Fran Hammer. A Crype Myrtle was memorialized for her.
Service was conducted by Chaplin, Susan Zorn and President Loree Fisher.
Refreshments were coordinated by Rose Ann Smythe.
Sari Carp from Sustainability Agriculture presented a program on Companion planting.
Here is a pdf of her presentation
Enjoy some photos from the meeting.
Five members of Luray Garden club attended,left to right, Susan Zorn, President Loree Fisher, Gretchen Mulligan and VP Rose Ann Smythe
Fran Gregory not pictured, also attended.
Loree shows off our Blue Ribbon Scrapbook
Designs from the new 2017 Handbook for Flower Shows-2 on left, featured foliage designs, group mass design and a cascade design
Close up of Mass Design
You never know who you will meet. Loree finds her Art Teacher at the District Meeting
Luray Garden Club’s speaker today, Phel Jacobsen gave us a sneak peak of her new book coming out in June! We are thrilled for her! She has wonderful memories as a Park Wife to share. Thank you Phel! A Luray Garden Club Member for 44 years!!! Awards were also presented today. We are finally thinking Spring!