The Chippewa Garden Club (CGC) welcomes you to our 70th year! We have a wonderful 2019 planned –full of educational programs and civic projects.
Our next membership meeting is September 24, 2019. Gary Esmond from the Cleveland Botanical Garden will give a talk on Johnny Appleseed: Fact or Fiction. Our meetings are held at the Brecksville Human Services, Activity Room A.
For 2019 our President has chosen a theme of “Celebrating our 70th Anniversary”. Seventy years ago (May 19, 1949) 15 young women met to form a garden club. They wanted to share their love of gardening, to study the fine art of flower design, to aid in the protection of native plants and wildlife, and to encourage civic betterment. Thus, the Chippewa Garden Club was born. Several decades later, fostering educational opportunities was added to the mission statement. Today, these goals and objectives remain the reason for our existence.
Anniversaries are great causes for celebration. And as we celebrate our platinum anniversary we recall all our civic projects, our participation in community, environmental, and educational events, our personal growth in the arts and sciences of gardening and floral design.
If you’re interested in gardening, would like to learn more, or just want to see what we’re all about, please explore these pages. If you’re interested in joining our club, you can download the 2019 membership brochure, available in .pdf format.
The latest edition of the Chippewa Garden Club newsletter is available for download from the Latest News page.