PAST PRESIDENTS

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Past Presidents with Governor Sir Richard and Lady Gozney on the occasion of the Garden Club's 90th Anniversary.  l-r back row: Felicite Davidson, Liz Jones Ashurst,  Elizabeth Parker, Betsey Mowbray, Sally Gibbons, Lady Gozney, Deanna Moss, Sally Godet.  Seated: Janet Owner, Governor Sir Richard Gozney, Molly White

1939-1941 Mrs. William Brown
1941-1943 Mrs. Guy Ridgeway
1943-1945 Mrs. A.R. Mercer
1945-1947 Mrs. Pierre Pattison
1947-1949 Mrs. Ethel Gosling
1949-1951 Lady Conyers
1951-1953 Mrs. Wilbur Lightbourn
1953-1955 Mrs. J.J. Outerbridge, M.B.E.
1955-1957 Mrs. W.E.S. Zuill
1957-1959 Mrs. N.W. Hutchings
1959-1961 Lady Conyers
1961-1963 Mrs. Harry Richardson
1963-1965 Mrs. Edward Fleiger
1965-1967 Mrs. Robert Chappell, M.B.E.
1967-1969 Mrs. C. Vail Zuill, M.B.E.
1969-1971 Mrs. Charles W. Post
1971-1973 Mrs. Michael Cox
1973-1975 Mrs. McLeod Lightbourn
1075-1977 Mrs. Kitten Ellison
1977-1979 Mrs. Craigin Curtis
1979-1981 Mrs. Janet M.M. Watlington
1981-1983 Mrs. Grant Horneffer
1983-1985 Lady Sharpe
1985-1987 Mrs. Allan R. Mercer
1987-1989 Mrs. C.N.A. Butterfield
1989-1991 Mrs. R.C. Shutter
1991-1993 Mrs. Y.D. Outerbridge
1993-1995 Mrs. L.K. Mowbray
1995-1997 Mrs. I.H. Davidson
1997-1999 Mrs. G.C. Parker
1999-2001 Mrs. W.S. Zuill
2001-2003 Mrs. Molly White
2003-2005 Mrs. Sally Gibbons
2005-2007 Mrs. Janet Owner
2007-2009 Mrs. Sally Godet
2009-2011 Mrs. Liz Jones Ashurst
2011-2013 Mrs. Deanna Moss
2013-2015 Mrs. Susan Conyers
2015-2017 Mrs. Anna Fulton

 A luncheon was held in July 2013 to honour our outgoing President of two years, Deanna Moss.
Deanna is pictured left, with incoming 2013-2015 President, Susan Conyers, at Deanna's 'outgoing' luncheon.

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General Meetings are held on the second Friday of each month, October through May at 10.30 am - see website for address details and date confirmation. There are regular floral workshops, garden workshops, competitive bench exhibits and an annual fund-raising event.
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The Garden Club of Bermuda added 11 new photos — with Cindy Young and 4 others.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 7:22am
The Garden Club of Bermuda celebrated a beautiful Christmas lunch at the Coral Beach Club today under glorious December skies overlooking the South Shore. Lots of fun, good food and comraderie, with a Palm weaving lesson from member Rosalie Davis. Merry Christmas everyone!
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The Garden Club of Bermuda added 42 new photos.Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 9:56am
The monthly meeting was held on December 8, 2017. There was the usual Floral Art, Fruit and Vegetable, Flower and Foliage benches, Photography competition, the Plant Exchange and the shop was opened along with refreshments for the members.
The speaker this month was Garden Club member Marguerite Clark from Demco Florist, who demonstrated six different
seasonal designs for your table and door, all with a Bermudian theme, using local foliage. Members will be inspired to
create their own designs at next week's workshop. After the meeting, members enjoyed a little Holiday cheer.
Mark your calendar for the next meeting, January 12th 2018
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Garden Answer's post.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 9:11am
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Garden Answer's video.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 4:12am
......and yet another wreath idea for Dec. 15th! Add some pretty balls and it would look fabulous on a cedar front door!
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Darver House Nursery's post.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 12:58am
OK ladies - get ready for Friday, Dec. 15th and your wreath/swag workshop - check these out - adornments like berries (Nandina/Duranta etc.), variegated greens as well as plain green, cinnamon sticks, bows, peppers, pinecones, dried orange slices, decorative wires etc. Think about what you want to do and start collecting!

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