We look forward to receiving grant applications and learning about possible projects that will enhance our community on South Whidbey Island. The South Whidbey Garden Club is seeking grant applications from organizations interested in pursuing funding for projects that foster or demonstrate the following outcomes: Environmental stewardship· Horticultural education
The South Whidbey Garden Club requires that the grant be given to non-profit or educational organizations.Funds should be earmarked for the purchase of supplies or to provide educational services. No more than 10% of the amount awarded can be used for administrative costs. Funds from this grant can be used as matching for larger funding proposals. The maximum amount awarded is $500. PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY JANUARY 8, 2018. For an application or more information please contact: Sandy Eschen E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 425.443.5672 (leave message)
Our auction was a grand success! Thank you to all our donors and all of you who so generously purchased items!
At our January meeting we will discuss how to put the $1793.00 profit!
BJ Hoogerwerf is the organizer of the Maxwellton 4th of July parade and has said our club is warmly welcome to participate! A rake and shovel drill team is being discussed. Please let Tracy know if you have ideas or are interested.
Start collecting low pots and ceramic or wood accessories for the fairy gardens we will be making this spring for our plant sale!
Aurora Saint Yves and Nancy Bryne haves volunteered to chair our Plant-astic Sale at Bayview Hall. Bravo, Aurora and Nancy!!!
Start thinking about what you can do to help.
The title of the book Sandy read for the holiday party is
MERRY CHRISTMAS, MERRY CROW
by Kathi Applet
Garden tools you want to recycle? Pots, seeds, bric a brac, candles, decorations you are ready to give up? Consider bringing them to SWGC for the Ways and Means table. Members contribute to take home "new to them" treasures!