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Nehalem Bay Garden Club offers public service

Program promotes educational activities

Cannon Beach Gazette

Published on November 17, 2017 12:01AM

The Nehalem Bay Garden Club hosts its plant and flower sale

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The Nehalem Bay Garden Club hosts its plant and flower sale


The Nehalem Bay Garden Club will be accepting proposals for its 2018 gift program now through Monday, Dec. 11.

Proposals should be submitted to the Club (PO Box 261, Wheeler, OR 97147) or emailed to Terri Maragos at helidoni@nehalemtel.net.

They should be one page or shorter and should align with the club’s mission: to cultivate the knowledge and love of gardening through educational programs and activities, to aid in the protection of the environment, native plants and wildlife, and to support public service through garden-related organizations and volunteer opportunities.

Proposals should include the amount needed, specific use and benefit to the organization or public. Gifts are usually $500 or less, but larger ones can be considered if sufficient funds are available. Funds will be available for distribution by the end of December.

This gift program is supported by the Club’s plant sale in May. The Club is now in its 68th year. They meet at 1:30 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the month, usually at Calvary Bible Church (560 Laneda Ave.).

Meetings offer a variety of activities, including speakers, demonstrations, videos and potlucks. Additional activities include garden tours, nursery tours, workshops and special speakers. Visitors are always welcome.

For more information, contact John Benson bensonsbend@gmail.com or 503-738-5925, or Constance Shimek constance@nehalemtel.net 503-936-1511.



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