History of the Gettysburg Garden club
In 2020 the Gettysburg Garden Club celebrated its 60th anniversary. The Club’s 60-year history is an interesting sequence of events and contributions to this community. This article is the first in a series about our history. In April of 1960, the Gettysburg Times published a notice that there was going to be a meeting for those interested in organizing a garden club. The meeting was held on May 2, at the YWCA in the former Annie Danner House. Membership was open to men as well as women. READ MORE
Club Tree & Flower
Our Garden Club Tree is the Oak, and the Garden Club Flower is the Tulip.
Gettysburg Garden Club is a member of District IV of the Garden Clubs Federation of Pennsylvania (GCFP), the National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC), and Central Atlantic Region of State Garden Clubs, Inc. (CAR-SGC) www.car-sgc.org.
Meeting Location and Hours
Gettysburg Fire House, Community Room
35 No. Stratton St.,
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Fourth Thursday of each month from September to June.
Executive Board: 11:15 AM
General meeting: 1:00 PM
Open to the public.
Adams County United Way – Hand in Heart Award for Adult Group 2023
CAR-SGC 2019 Publicity Book – 2nd place
CAR-SHC 2020 Publicity Book – 1st place
GCFP 2020 Publicity Book – 1st place
GCFP 2021 Publicity Book – 1st place
GCFP 2021 Yearbook Award – 1st place
GCFP – Constance H. Smith Scholarship to Amanda Schulteis 2021 and 2022
Jacqueline A. Davis Scholarship to Rebecca Durbin 2022
District IV Perennial Bloom Award – Linda Golembieski 2023
District IV – Forget Me Not – Cornelia Saltzman 2020