Garden Club of St. Augustine, Inc.
Founded in 1926
Shamrock Circle

PROJECT
Planting and maintenance of the
St. Augustine Wildflower Dental Clinic


MEETING TIME
Third Thursday – 12:30PM

OFFICERS








STANDING COMMITTEES

PROGRAMS

Unless otherwise advised, please be at the Garden Center by
12:30 PM for the meeting at 1:00 PM.
Hosts: If you are unable to fulfill your obligation,
it is your responsibility to find a replacement.

September 8, 2018 (Note: This is a Saturday)
PLACE:  Garden Center, 9:30 am
PROGRAM:  Garden Club Annual Meeting
HOSTS:  Woodland Circle

September 20, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  Every Day “Steps to Help the Environment” by Adam Morely
HOSTS:  Helen French, Renate Letts, Suzanne Cono

October 18, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “My Favorite Plants” by Shirley Barber
HOSTS:  Nila Berman, Mimi Cooke, Sandy Eaton

November 15, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  TOH Workshop (Craft) and set Tea schedule with Woodland Circle
HOSTS:  Ann Doak, Bea Imhoff, Donna Walstead

December 1 (Saturday) -- Preparation/Set up
December 2 (Sunday) -- Tour of Homes

December 13, 2018
PLACE:  Luncheon at Local Restaurant
PROGRAM:  Holiday Celebration

January 17, 2019
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Orchids” with Robert Schimmel from the Orchid Society
HOSTS:  Sue Swain, Fran DeSteno, Carole Saville

February 21, 2019
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Spring Clean Up” with Maggie Ouellette
HOSTS:  Cindie Farah, David Farah, Pat Greenman

March 21, 2019
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Roses”with Wayne Myers from the Rose Society
HOSTS:  Jackie McCraw, Ellen Voguit, Joanne Rosenberg

April 18, 2019
PLACE:  To Be Announced
PROGRAM:  Fundraiser -- Trip
HOSTS:  All Shamrock Participants

May 8, 2019
Hosts for the Club Meeting and Garden of the Month
HOSTS:  All Shamrock Participants

May 16, 2019
PLACE:  Local Restaurant
PROGRAM:  End of Year Luncheon and Installation of New Officers
Organized in 1986 as the
Shamrock Circle

The Shamrock is a trifoliate plant often associated with Ireland.  
For St. Patrick’s Day in the United States the plant most commonly
used is white clover (Oxalis).
Helen French
Mimi Cooke
Ellen Voguit
Pat Greenman
David Farah
President
Vice President
Recording Secretary
Corres. Secretary
Treasurer
Inspiration
Flower Show
Historian
Horiculture/Conservation
Membership/Publicity
Mentors
Photography
Tour of Homes
Bea Imhoff
Ann Doak, Fran DeSteno
Cindie Farah
Sue Swain, David Farah
Sue Swain
Suzanne Cono, Sue Swain, Bea Imhoff
David Farah
Helen French, Sandy Eaton