Anderson Mill Garden Club of Moore
Calendar for 2011
January Hostess: Jessica with plant promo &
book report, Chinese Christmas
February Hostess; Elisabeth in her home,
Chinese Christmas (rescheduled),
Bird bath project
March Hostess: Daisy
Field Trip to Edisto Gardens
April Hostess: JoAnnwith plant promo
Yard Sale at Roberta's house
May Hostess: Gayle, Plant Swap,
June Hostess: Tina with plant promo &
book report, Field Trip to North
July / August Too hot, take a break!
September Hostess: Roberta
October Hostess: Alice at Nivens Apple Farm
November Hostess: Michele with plant promo &
December Christmas Dinner, all are welcome
We are a garden club for men and women of all
ages that enjoy digging in the dirt, taking trips and
having fun with their friends. Meeting on a monthly
basis keeps us close and our projects are always
interesting! Having guest speakers reminds us of
what we may have forgotten as well as teaching
We invite you to come visit one of our meetings
and take in the companionship and shared
knowledge of indoor and outdoor plants, gardening
and yard care. With a very laid-back atmosphere
and friendly, outgoing members we welcome all
interested parties to see if our club suits your
Serving the Moore, Reidville, Roebuck, Woodruff
and surrounding communities our location has easy
access. We meet the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 pm, except in July and August.
Our meetings take place at the Center Pointe
Presbyterian Church in Moore right off of 290 Hwy.
(1119 Center Pointe Drive, Moore, SC 29369)
unless otherwise specified.
For more information please call Tina at
864-595-8828, email Tina at
firstname.lastname@example.org or just drop in!
Roses and a
This was Virginia's
view from the
car. I hope
"Going thru Utah
on way to
Montana. This is
the morning view
from the road."
"Here's part of the back
yard where we're
staying in Tucson AZ.
She has several pots of
bright flowers to perk
up the desert
planted all the cacti;
the builder had
bulldozed the whole
"Much of her landscaping
is 'rust sculptures', very
fun. The saguaro cactus
the critters are looking at
is also a welded piece."
"More cool metal
sculpture. Notice the
deadpan palm fronds.
Tucson had 3
consecutive nights in
the low 20's and hi
teens last winter, and
the whole city's a
mess. But lots are