The Penn-Cumberland Garden club has awarded the following scholarships for the 2019/2020 school year: Grace Stewart, Camp Hill High School senior with an intended major in Landscape Architecture for Fall 2019 at Penn State University,
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We have had to do some juggling this summer, but have two dates established for community garden programs so far. The first will be Wednesday, August 7th at 6:30 p.m. Erica Shaffer from Highland Gardens
AMAZING FLORAL DESIGNS INCORPORATING METAL SCULPTURES PRESENTED BY: Julia A. Clevett is a National Design Instructor, a Master Flower Show Judge, a Former President of the Garden Club of Watchung, and a Former President of
Horticulture Committee Report Carol Hollis, Horticulture Chair It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and the Autumnal Equinox is quickly approaching. What a fabulous summer it was for PCGC! The weather
AMES COMMUNITY GARDENS Gardening is the great multitasker: Not only does it count as exercise, burning up to 200 calories per half-hour, but research shows this hobby is the perfect stress-reducer and mood booster. All
On April 27, 2018 a tree dedication was held at Trails and Trees Environmental Education Center. A Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia glyptrostroboides) was dedicated as the President’s Tree in honor of Judy McGinnis, President of Penn-Cumberland
The PCGC Allocation Committee recently chose several organizations to receive monies. In 2018, PCGC raised monies from their Annual Benefit, Plant Fair, and Garden Tour. Plus, the Pressed Flower Designers sold items they created and
Fifty-four years ago, Bertha Reppert of the Rosemary House in Mechanicsburg and PCGC President from 1965-1967, organized an Herb Tea to be held during a Penn-Cumberland Garden Club (PCGC) Spring Meeting. This year, Marcella Paraskevas-Ramirez