On April 24th we honored fellow members who passed away this year at a ceremony that also helped celebrate Lexington’s 26th Anniversary since being designated a Tree City of the USA by the Arbor Day Foundation’s national program to promote community forestry. This included the planting of a Pin Oak at Lincoln Park.
The following week we went to first grade classrooms to talk about the importance of trees, and provided each student with a 2 year old White Spruce seedling to take home and plant.
Althea Phillips Award, Thursday, April 2, 2015
Each year our club presents a scholarship award to a deserving senior
presently enrolled in Minuteman Regional High School's Landscape
What a fabulous display of talent at September’s Art-A-Blooming.
Once again over 30 LFGC floral designers paired up with artists from the Lexington Arts & Craft Society to create interpretive floral designs.
Thank you to all the club members who donated their time and talents
to support this popular biennial event.