On Friday, March 13, 2020, come join the Seabrook Island Garden Club and welcome master gardener Christopher Burtt. Christopher serves as the Urban Horticulture Extension Agent and the Master Gardener Coordinator for Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties. He attended Clemson University and graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science. He also worked for the Clemson University Research Farm for two years before moving to Clemson Extension in April of 2019. Christopher is an avid gardener with extensive experience in both horticulture and agriculture and looks forward to sharing his talent and expertise via his presentation on pruning, grafting and propagation.
As always all members and guests are welcomed. Monthly agendas include light refreshments at 9:30 am, a brief business report at 10, followed by the guest speaker. The meetings usually conclude between 11:00 and 11:30 am. Unless otherwise noted the meetings take place on the second Friday of each month at the Oyster Catcher Community Center. We hope to see you at the next meeting, Friday, March 13, 2020.
For membership information you can contact email@example.com. Attendance is Free for Members/ Guest are welcomed, $5.00 donation is appreciated.
Thanks to SIGC membership and guests for a great turnout at the February meeting featuring Karen Babb and her fascinating presentation on Feng Shui. It was witty, lively and thought provoking. This month we also want to continue with a shout out to the Seabrook Island Garden Club officers and Committee chairs, for their focus, creativity and hard work throughout the year. A special thank you to Lynne Madison and Dianne Thompson Cain, the ladies who have the hard job of coordinating the hospitality efforts at each meeting and ensuring that all are welcomed. Needless to say the wonderful treats are provided by our generous membership…in the words of Helen Keller, “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” Soon it will be time to elect new officers and chairs, won’t you consider filling in the blanks and sharing your talents as we move forward.
-Submitted by Alberta Barron