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Magnolia District


DISTRICT DIRECTOR

Willie Maxwell

wmmaxwell@hotmail.com

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER

Janice Cliett

jbcliett@bellsouth.net

MAGNOLIA MESSENGER EDITOR

Anne Mims

a.mims@mchsi.com

MAGNOLIA MESSENGER RECENT ISSUES (PDF)

Spring 2016Fall 2014Winter 2012
 
DISTRICT BOARD MEETING 2/9/17

Click here for information and registration form.
 
2017 FALL MEETING

Registration form will be posted later.

2018 "EXPRESSIONS" CALENDAR ORDER FORM

Order form will be posted later.


Blue Star Marker Dedication in Buena Vista on November 28, 2015. From left: Ann Howell, Willie Maxwell, GCG President Martha Price, Ann Mobley, Jan Theise, and Kay Hagler. Kay is President of the Beautiful View Garden Club, who, in cooperation with GCG and Magnolia District sponsored the marker.

Willie Maxwell, Magnolia District Director, and Janice Mohr, President of the Village Green Garden Club of Byron, after tagging a Monarch Butterfly at the Chatauqua in Plains in October of 2015.

Garden Club of Georgia members join Magnolia District members attending the Plains Chatauqua on Monarch Butterflies held in Plains in October 2015.


The Dogwood Garden Club of Americus observed Arbor Day 2012 by planting a dogwood tree on the grounds of the Sumter County Agriculture Center. The tree was planted in memory of Deborah Allen, a Dogwood Club member and officer. Guests at the ceremony were Sumter County Commissioner, Randy Howard, Gene Allen, and County Agent Bill Starr.

Members of the Dogwood Garden Club continue their partnership in 2012 with Sumter County Elementary School with discussion, video presentation, and hands-on creation of bird feeders and natural habitat creations. Two years ago, these community-active garden club members renovated and restored the campus greenhouse and beautified the environmental garden and pond site.

In April 2011, members of Early Bloomers GC of Americus did a "spring cleaning" of the Sumter Humane Society flower beds: raking, mulching and pruning, to spruce up the entrance and sides of the building. Early Bloomers also purchased a large conifer to plant in the front yard, to be used as a live Christmas tree, with an ornament displayed for every pet housed at the Society that year.

District Events


FEBRUARY 2016
4 Thu Magnolia District Board Meeting Fort Gaines/Cuthbert

APRIL 2016
19 Tue Camilla Grand Gardeners 70th Anniversary Celebration Camilla

MAY 2016
21 Sat Blue Star Memorial Marker Dedication - Village Green Garden Club Byron City Cemetery

AUGUST 2016
4 Thu Magnolia District Board Meeting TBA

OCTOBER 2016
4 Tue Magnolia District Fall Meeting Albany
7 Fri DISCOVERY DAY in Cooperation with the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail, Magnolia District Plains
14‑16 Fri‑Sun Perry Flower Show Perry

FEBRUARY 2017
9 Thu Magnolia District Board Meeting Americus

MARCH 2017
22 Wed South Georgia Native Plant Symposium South Regional Technical College, Tifton

JULY 2017
27 Thu Leadership Workshop Americus

AUGUST 2017
10 Thu Awards Workshop Tifton

OCTOBER 2017
12 Thu Magnolia District Fall Meeting Columbus

OCTOBER 2018
16 Tue Magnolia District Fall Meeting Americus

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