A BUDDING STORY

Leadership

Executive Board

President

Andrea Boyar aboyar@mac.com

Co-1st Vice Presidents

Jennifer Jones and Meg Veith-Heib

2nd Vice-President/Community Service

Kaaren Marcato

3rd Vice-President/ Editor of Leaves

Beth Dowd

Corresponding Secretary

Nancy Lennon

Recording Secretaries

Geri Viani and Jeanne Kierman

Treasurer

Sandy Weed

Standing Committees

Annual Fall Luncheon

Jeanne Kiernan, Judy O'Gorman and Kathy Tamagna

Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon

Kaaren Marcato

Awards

Nancy Lennon

Community Services

Kaaren Marcato

Federation Representative

Suzanne Clephane

Hospitality

Camille Coyle & Geri Viani

Membership

Suzi Gerosa

Nominating

TBA

Parliamentarian

Nedra Gillette 

Publicity

Trish Doyle

Telephone 

Betty Garrabrant

Website

TBA

Yearbook

Christel Pugin

 

June 8th 2013 marked the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Garden Club of Larchmont. Our first years were primarily devoted to community service, including landscaping efforts at The Larchmont Library and at Memorial Park. As a bow to the past, and in recognition of 100 years of community service, The Garden Club of Larchmont donated an environmentally-focused landscape design and corresponding plantings to refresh the gardens at the library. This major donation, in recognition of our 100 anniversary, represents the Garden Club's continued commitment to the Village of Larchmont and the Town of Mamaroneck.

Membership

National Garden Clubs, Inc.

4401 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110

Phone: 314-776-7574  Website: www.gardenclub.org

Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, Inc.

104F Covent Gardens, Guilderland, NY 12084-9478

Fax/Phone: 518-869-6311

Ninth District, Lasdon Park & Arboretum

Route 35, Katonah, NY 10536

Phone: 914-864-7265

Garden Club Objectives

  • To increase the interest and practical knowledge of fruits, flowers, vegetables and trees, their culture and their use in artistic design.
  • To further education in landscaping, garden planning, nature study and the conservation of our natural resources.
  • To engage in philanthropic, educational and civic activities for the beautification and betterment of our community.

Location