Our newly elected Board Members for 2017-2018
Mary Mitchel, President; Patti Garrestson, 1st V.P.; Karen Morse, Recording Secretary; Kathy Easter, Treasurer; Claudia Chan-Shaffer, Corresponding & Courtesy Secretary
Outgoing President Kay Sanger, CGCI Rep., Jane McKee, Student Recipient, Michelle Conway and President of the Hort Society at Cuyamaca College, Franziska Collier.
Judy Terbeek and Lyn Tangedal present a gift to outgoing President, Kay Sanger
Fun with Hats! L to R Standing:
Anita Lindberg, Gigi Orr, Robyn Bottomly, Peggy Magde; front row: Andi Mau and Roberta Saunders
Our new President, Mary Mitchel with our Scholarship Recipients: La’toya Jackson, from Southwestern College, Michelle Conway from Cuyamaca College, and Olivia Miethke from Mira Costa College.
Monday • May 8th • 10:00am – 1:00pm
Get ready for the Gardeners’ market all in one place at one time! Evelyn & Sabrina will help us choose plants and design and plant beautiful containers to sell at our Market. We’ll purchase plants & pots (or bring your own pots) and they will supply the soil and design experience. Then stay for our salad lunch in their picturesque setting.
Carpoolers meet at Ina’s: 1821 Calle Delicada at 9:30.
695 Normandy Road, Encinitas
Be ready for the Market!
For more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come explore Claudia Chan-Shaffer’s amazing garden.
Wait until you see all the special things she has “hidden” in her yard!
April 27th, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Join your Garden Club friends for a casual social time, tour of Claudia’s Garden, refreshments and fun!
Wednesday March 29th, 2017
Meet at Ina’s at 10:00am to carpool or meet us at Balboa Park in the Courtyard of the House of Hospitality in front of the Prado at 10:30am
Sign up at the March Meeting or
Contact Natalie Crain for more information: email@example.com
We’ll meet our Docent, the CEO of the Balboa Park Conservancy at 10:30 and he will lead us on a walking tour of the Park. It will include information about the history and future care of Balboa Park.
Then lunch at the Prado at 11:30!
Save the date! January 25th, 2017 – Meet at Ina’s @ 8:45. We’re headed to Fallbrook for a Country Adventure to tour Patrick Anderson’s colorful & unique succulent garden, plan on visiting 2 nurseries and enjoying lunch at The Garden Cafe with Patrick!
Contact Natalie for more information @ 858-272-3875 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Take the Quiz from our December Tea!
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Can you name the country Where the first gingerbread house Was created? Take the quiz and find out!
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MONARCH SCHOOL DONATIONS:
At our Holiday Tea, The La Jolla Garden Club will again be collecting donations for the Monarch School of San Diego. For more information about this school for homeless children, please visit their website: http://monarchschools.org/
This year they have requested donations of the following items:
Please bring them unwrapped
New little girls canvas shoes sizes 10 to 5
Little boy jeans 10-12 skinny or straight leg
New little boy shoes sizes 1, 1.5, 2. 2.5
New little girl underwear sizes 4-6-8
Natalie has outdone herself in finding a unique Field Trip for us !
What: Park Ranger Tour of the San Diego Waterfront Park & Garden
About: Park Ranger Josh will tell us about the history and planning of the park, the plantings, the interesting art sculptures; old and new, the various fountains and a secret garden room. We’ll also learn about the history and architecture of the San Diego County Administration Building..
Where: 1600 Pacific Highway
When: November 30th, 2016 – 10:00 am
Sign up at the November meeting or email Natalie Crain
or call: 858-272-3875
Car pools will be set up
Journey of Flowers – From Field to Florist
Tuesday October 25th, 2016 – 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Visit flower grower Mellano & Company in Oceanside
Visit the Sunroad International Floral Market in Carlsbad
Enjoy a delightful lunch with garden club friends
Mellano and Company is a leading cut flower grower, shipper and wholesaler in Oceanside. Giovanni Mellano started his business as a wholesale distributor in 1925 in Los Angeles, but the growing operation was relocated in 1970 to San Diego County. Today the farm consists of 375 acres with Giovanni’s children and grandchildren running the operation.
They produce more than 7 million bunches of flowers and foliage and serve local markets as well as shipping nationally and internationally
Granddaughter Michelle will give us a tour of their operation, including a visit to one of their fields, and their packing and storage areas.
We will have an early start from La Jolla at 8:00. We’ll visit the growing area then drive to the International Floral Market in Carlsbad, where many of the vendors will allow us to purchase flowers. After all this we will have lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Be sure to wear comfortable shoes for walking on dirt. Sign up at the September or October meeting or RSVP to
Ina Thompson at email@example.com or Natalie Crain at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will browse their flowers, greens, fillers and Protea.