The Garden Club
of Georgia
2007, 2012, 2014
Club of the Year

. . . Ours to Beautify and Conserve
Posted

ROSWELL, Ga. — The Roswell Garden Club has received a matching $200 grant from the Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. to fund their holiday decorating project at the Archibald Smith Plantation. The Roswell Garden Club is a member club of the Dogwood District of The Garden Club of Georgia, and the Deep South Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc.

The “Community on my Mind Grant Fund” was established by The Garden Club of Georgia to support local garden club work in communities, which provides a public benefit to its citizens. The funding for the grant program was made possible by a donation from the Georgia Power Foundation. The Garden Club of Georgia was founded in 1928, and its mission is to promote beautification, conservation and education.

The required matching funds to qualify for the grant were provided by the Smith Plantation and the City of Roswell.

For more information regarding the Roswell Garden Club, please contact President Deborah Vann at debgailvann@gmail.com.
—Jonathan Copsey