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Welcome to the Watkinsville Garden Club

The Watkinsville Garden Club was formed in 1940 and has over 80 members, both women and men. If you are interested in joining, please come to our next meeting.​

The garden club meets on the first Thursday of each month at 10 AM, September through June. The usual meeting place is the Union Christian Church, Watkinsville, unless announced otherwise.

 

Upcoming Events

WGC June 2024 Meeting will be held Thursday, June 6, 2024, 10 AM, at  

Hedgerow Farm, the home of Lisa Douglas and her family, 4931 Price Mill Road, Bishop. Members are asked to bring finger food for the luncheon. 

Watkinsville Garden Club wins awards at the state convention.

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At the State Garden Club of Georgia meeting in April, the WGC won six awards.

One special award was the Award of Merit, which is the highest nonmember award offered by the Garden Club of Georgia. This year, this was awarded to Steve (pictured at left) and Sharon Scruggs for their outstanding work in the management of the David Henry Hardigree Wildlife Sanctuary and Research Center, which is located on Old Greensboro Road, .4 mile outside Watkinsville. 

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Watkinsville Garden Club is a member of the Hardigree Wildlife Sanctuary and provides funds and volunteers for its activities. 

 

Other WGC activities to receive awards:

First Place: Environmental Concern 

This award was for the program of the Junior Garden Club at Rocky Branch Elementary School that teaches the students about the Monarch butterfly and other pollinators and the plants that support them.

First Place: Scrapbook (print version)

First Place: Horticulture Program Award 

This award is for a program that is provided by a club member. Awarded to Shawna McGrath on her presentation on Monarchs and milkweed.

First Place: One-page Newsletter

This award was for the club newsletter written and distributed by Blake Giles.

Third Place: Horticultural Therapy

This award is given for the garden club's work with High Shoals Health and Rehabilitation as well as the participation in the Fig Leaf Project and Christmas Stocking Project.

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