Our Annual Scholarship Luncheon
And 50th Year Golden Anniversary!
May 21, 2019
Please join us for the La Jolla Garden Club’s Annual Scholarship Luncheon on May 21, 2019 Social time: 11:30 • Seating for lunch: Noon
Cost: $40 due by May 10th
Vegetarian option: Please indicate on your check
Your prompt check will confirm your reservation for the Luncheon. Please make your check payable to: The La Jolla Garden Club and mail it to:
Pam Filley – 2165 Via Don Benito – LJ 92037 deadline is May 10.
or call: 858-456-2285
THE JAPANESE FRIENDSHIP GARDEN
IN BALBOA PARK
TUESDAY, MARCH 26 10:00 AM
* 90-minute docent-led tour of this fabulous garden
*Just after their 12th annual Cherry Blossom Festival.
*Cost: $12 or $10 for seniors (65+)
*Optional lunch (your cost) follows at the Prado restaurant in the park.
*This tour consists of the lower 7-acre canyon expansion area and includes these highlights:
Dry stone cascade – Cherry tree grove – Turtle island
Wooden bridges – Babbling stream – Waterfall
Sitting Buddha sculpture – Inamori Pavilion
*Sign up at the February or March meeting or
Contact Ina Thompson at email@example.com or 858 220-5224.
Monarch School Clothing Drive
We have a tradition of donating clothing to the children who
attend the Monarch School, the comprehensive K through 12 public school for home-less children in San Diego. This year there is a special need for clothing items listed below. (New items only, please.)
LJGC member Anita Lindberg, who volunteers at the school, will deliver our clothing donations to the school. THANK YOU!
Girls’ leggings, black or grey – Sizes small to XXL
Our 3 very happy scholarship recipients – they recieved a Scholarship AND a beautiful arrangement donated by Anne Holst, Wil Herring & Patricia JosephFrom L to R:
Paula Hildebrandt, Southwestern College: Jenny Cunningham, MiraCosta College; and Alicia Raposa, Cuyamaca College.
The new Officers were installed at the Luncheon.
Left to right: Caroline Meade & Pam Filley; Co-Chairs of Programs and 2nd Vice Presidents, Patty Glynn; First Vice President, Anne McCammon; Corresponding & Courtesy Secretary, Kathy Easter; Treasurer, and Mary Mitchell; President.
Not pictured: Recording Secretary, Lili Walsh
“Where am I going on this glorious Journey?”
“To your house, of course”
For Members and Friends
April 17, 2018
$25 per person
Tour 3 diverse and beautiful gardens from 10 – 12:30
Then head to the Woman’s Club for Lunch after the tour.
(This fundraiser is in lieu of the Gardners Market)
All Proceeds go to Scholarships for 2019 – ticket price is 100% deductible
Caroline Meade • 1221 Torrey Pines Road • La Jolla, 92037
Make checks payable to: La Jolla Garden Club
What a great success!
Thursday February 8th!Reserve your spot for the Huntington Gardens field trip! Invite your friends to join us, too! The trip is Thursday, February 8th, and the cost is $90 (includes everything (including tips for driver and docents), except lunch – details, below). Please make checks out to: LJGC.Deadline is Tuesday January 16th!No refunds – its on rain or shine!Please mail your check to:Kim DevoeDetails of trip:7 am meet luxury bus at Renaissance Towne Center (plenty of all-day free parking is available on Renaissance Ave)10 am arrival at Gardens. Our bus will be met by our docents, who will escort us to the entrance and take us on a 1-hour Estate Tour. Each docent group will have 8-10 members. Part of the tour will involve walking on grass. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Wheelchairs are available.12 noon lunch. There are 2 main venues:-The Rose Garden Tea Room:$45, including tax and tip. It is no longer a buffet, and reviews since this change have been mixed. A reservation is required, so please let us know if you want to do the Tea Room lunch.–Cafe 1919:There are 5 cafes inside, each featuring a different cuisine. A whole meal is $20 or less, per the tour coordinator. Her favorite is the yakatori chicken salad for $12. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. No reservations.Afternoon:-The Botanic Gardens encompass 120 acres, including more than a dozen principal garden areas for us to roam.-We are also welcome to visit the two Art Galleries on either side of the Rose Garden Tea Room, featuring European and American art, and special exhibits.-The Library is open only to scholars – it contains an astounding seven million manuscripts, 420,000 rare books and 1.3 million photographs, prints and ephemera.4 pm: Board bus and head home7 pm: Arrive at Renaissance Towne CenterWe hope you will join us for this special day!Contact Kim Devoe firstname.lastname@example.org orJanie Foster email@example.com more info.
Our newly elected Board Members for 2017-2018
Right: 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
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
For more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org