Crofton Village Garden Club joins with other District II garden clubs annually to decorate State Circle in Annapolis with fresh evergreen wreaths. Members Nancy Percivall, Cathy Gallagher, Glenna Kidd and JoAnn Cook (not pictured) braved the cold temperature to make the wreaths and adorned them with red velvet bows made by Gail Schulz.
Project Chair Camille DeVito held a fall clean-up at the Blue Star Memorial Garden located at Crofton Library. CVGC members weeded, cut back perennials, planted chrysanthemums, and mulched the garden.
Thank you to Margo Antonelli, Linda and Rick Childs, Nancy Durose, Beverly Frye, Lois Nichols and Gail Schulz for helping with the garden clean-up. Thank you also to Jim Nichols for delivering the bags of mulch.
Led by Camille DeVito, members weeded, trimmed and mulched the rose garden at Crofton Library. The garden is located to the right of the main entrance. Employees and volunteers are greeted by this garden as they enter and exit the building.
Thank you to Camille for organizing the garden clean-up and to members Maria-Elena Bodnar, Linda Childs, Beverly Frye, Becky Hogan, Lois Nichols, Carol Schoenfeld and Gail Schulz for helping. Thank you also to Camille's husband Frank for helping with this project.
Crofton Village Garden Club members Paulette Heward, Diane Smith, Verna Pond and Trish Demers create fresh floral arrangements for hospice patients at Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena. Flowers are donated by Trader Joe's in Annapolis for this weekly project. Hospice nursing staff, clergy, social workers and volunteers deliver the arrangements to patients in their home or care facility throughout the Anne Arundel County area.