This year the Shaker Lakes Garden Club applied to the GCA Scholarship Committee and was granted the award to be presented to Victoria McMillan.Read More
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In mid-June, I was fortunate to attend the Zone X Meeting in Perrysburg with our impressive President, Mary Bruce. What a way to gain a better appreciation of our Club and SLGC’s place in GCA!Read More
Three cheers for the honor for Jane, and for SLGC by extension!.Read More
Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve: Restoring a Calcareous Muck Fen
Flora and Fauna: The Jane Colden Native Woodland Garden and Animal Habitats
Sniff and Savor Garden at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden: Enriching Community and Revitalizing Landscape
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from Margaret Wilson, Garden Club of Cleveland
Zones IX and X Floral Design Committee Rep
Happy New Year to you all, and here's to another wonderful year of creative and fun floral designs.
Here are the two latest Tip of the Month articles for you.Read More
On Wednesday October 17th, Mary Bruce and I embarked on our trip to The Zone X Presidents’ Council Meeting in...you guessed it…Dayton! If I had been to Dayton before I didn’t remember it — but honestly now I will never forget it! We experienced a fabulous meeting at The Dayton Country Club.Read More
Have you ever wondered how Founder's Fund projects are selected for consideration?
Each GCA club is encouraged to submit a funding proposal for a project in which they are involved. The scope of the project should be large, with major community impact.Read More
The Garden Club of America is made up of 200 members, which are independent garden clubs from across the United States. Shaker Lakes Garden Club has been one of these since 1919 – we are entering our hundredth year.Read More
San Francisco Zone XII and “How the West is One.” The Garden Club of America Annual meeting was challenging, inspiring, entertaining and absolutely educating. Across the country came 600 delegates from the 200 GCA clubs to learn more about the Garden Club of America and 400 members who volunteered to help with this meeting.Read More
We arrived in San Francisco on a beautiful, sunny day. Buckets of gorgeous flowers stood on street corners, musicians played their instruments, and the warmth of the sun felt divine. After a very chilly April in NE Ohio, we had arrived in paradise for the GCA Annual Meeting.Read More
The GCA Katharine M. Grosscup Scholarships in Horticulture were awarded to 8 students for the 2018-19 school year, for a total of $21,500. The Scholarships, named in memory of a Shaker Lakes Garden Club member, are managed locally by 3 members of the Shaker Lakes Garden Club, and 3 members of the Garden Club of Cleveland.Read More
The GCA Founders Fund was established in 1934 to support and encourage member clubs’ civic projects. This year, $30,000 will be awarded to the winning project, and $10,000 to each runner-up.
- Roots Rising: A Food Truck and Financial Stability
- Dunbar Garden Kitchen-Classroom
- A Therapeutic Garden: Nurturing Plants and Lifting Spirits
The Founders Fund Award, established in 1934, was created by Mrs. Harold L. Pratt to honor the Garden Club of America’s twelve founding clubs and the memory of GCA’s first president, Mrs. J. Willis Martin, who served from 1913 to 1920.Read More
They came to Cleveland from far and wide to attend this year's GCA Conservation Study trip, ably organized and led by SLGC's own Jane Ellison. This is what's being said about the intensive study of Lake Erie, its beauty and its challenges.
"I will always think of the Great Lakes with new eyes and intelligent understanding from here on out.Read More
The GCA Flower Show is coming to Cleveland in May! Get ready to start your seeds! Root your cuttings! Let's all get involved!Read More