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Saturday, September 20 2014 @ 09:56 AM EDT

President's Message

General News 

Dear WAGC Friends,

As September rapidly approaches, I am feeling a bit nostalgic since I no longer have a classroom to set up nor new sixth graders to welcome to Eisenhower Middle School. After 32 years as a teacher, I retired this past June, and though I know I will be busy with Garden Club activities and my menagerie, I will miss the excitement of a new school year. So, if I act a bit pedantic this year, I hope you will understand!

Deb Fisk , our vice president, has been very busy planning some great programs for us, and Sally Ditton has come up with some wonderful “Out and Abouts” for us to explore. Last year, we enjoyed a Garden Tour of Silas Mountsier and Graeme Hardie’s fantastic gardens; 205 Rutgers Place, Nutley, NJ, and once again on September 6th, their gardens will be open to us from 10-4 o’clock. A $5 donation is requested to benefit The Garden Conservancy.

Looking forward to seeing you at our first meeting Wednesday, September 10th!


WAGC Sept meeting with NY-NJ Trail Conference.

Jennifer and Linda of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference spoke at the Wyckoff Area Garden Club's September meeting 9/11/13. The history of the Trail Conference dates back to 1920 and it presently maintains more than 2,000 miles of public trails converging with 80 parks in our NY / NJ area. The work is primarily done through the donation of time from over 1,500 people who volunteer approximately 70,000 hours a year. In addition the Trail Conference monitors invasive plants that have the potential to take over these preserved lands.

2013 New Officers Installation and Lucheon

General News Installation and Luncheon 2013

Book Signing With MARGARET ROACH

General News

Photos Credit: Francine Digiorgio

Book Signing With MARGARET ROACH

“Edible Weeds” by Tama Matsuoka

General News “Edible Weeds” by Tama Matsuoka

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