The Twinsburg Garden Club featured 10 beautiful gardens in the city over the summer in the Twinsburg Bulletin. Find out which garden has been named "most outstanding" at the club's Oct. 13 meeting.
At the meeting, the winning gardens will be revisited through a slide show narrated by Kristen Beason, TGC member and chair of this annual project.
Beason will announce the most outstanding garden, and the winners will receive an inscribed stone to display in their front yard.
The 10 homeowners are invited to this festive occasion and the public is welcome. The presentation will be at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 10285 Ravenna Road, with the meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m., refreshments at 7:30 p.m. and the presentation at 7:45 p.m.
Garden club assembles holiday swags
Twinsburg Garden Club members will meet at the Twinsburg Community Center, 10260 Ravenna Road, at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 17 to assemble holiday swags.
Crown Hill Cemetery will trim its fir trees and deliver the excess branches to the Twinsburg Community Center, where club members will cut the branches to size, wire the greens together, make a hook on the back and add a large red bow.
City maintenance crews then hang the holiday swags on street poles around the city for all to appreciate during the holiday season.
"This project, in cooperation with Crown Hill and the city of Twinsburg, has been an on-going tradition for about 50 years," said Twinsburg Garden Club co-president Sue Davis. "Our members take great pride in making the swags."
The public is welcome to help. Wear comfortable clothes and bring hand cutters or branch cutters to the community center Nov. 17 by 6:30 p.m.
There is no monthly meeting in December. Instead, the Twinsburg Garden Club hosts a holiday dinner party for its members. The induction ceremony for the 2017 Board also takes place at this festive event.
For more information about the Twinsburg Garden Club, contact 330-697-7818 or 216-310-7413, or visit www.twinsburg-garden-club.com.