April 2013 Meeting 

Cherry Blossom Centerpiece by Shelby Schavoir

New Executive Board is Sworn In 

2013 - 2014 Committee Chairs 

New President, Leslee Bowler helps unveil outgoing President, Anne Guira's thank you gift. 

Thank you, Anne! 

 Our Speaker, Barbara Tennant, Bonsai Designer

March 2013 Meeting 

Nancy wins Sally Ekerson's beautiful arrangement! 

Shirley Daughtry speaks on the topic, "Why Organic?" 

For more information visit http://www.heritageorganicfarm.com 

 February 2013 Meeting 

 Thank you to Tina Zipperer for donating a garden table to raise funds.

 Congratulation to Maddie Harwood, the winner of the silent auction.

 Congratulations to Tina Zipperer who won this beautiful centerpiece by Cynthia Calder in our monthly raffle.

  INSTANT KARMA!

 Dixie and Linda Lamb enjoy a post meeting moment. 

 Linda was our speaker from Coastal Wild Scapes.  

 Dunham Farms Trip

 Laura Devendorf the property owner giving us the tour of camellias.

 January 2013 Meeting 

Kay shares the Treasurer's Report 

Lisa shares details of the upcoming trip to

 Dunham Farms 

Irene shares the mysteries of mistletoe 

 Speaker Maria Wargovich discusses "Dangers in the Garden".

Floral Arrangement by Marie Scheuermann 

November 2012 Meeting 

Floral Arrangement by Liz McGough 

Linda Sue Entertains Us With the Latest Bird Sightings

Authors of "A Savannah Christmas, Kimberly Ergul & Holley Jaakkola

 Ways and Means Chairs, Sandy Randolph and Pat Sunshine

October 2012 Meeting 

Floral Arrangement by Meg Bremer 

Fred Beall Discusses "The Inspired Art of Tiffany Lamps" 

Leslee Bowler and Nancy Strobel receive lamps from Jenna Johnson representing www.pacelighting.com 

Oleander District Fall Meeting 

Meg Bremer - Our Very Own Calendar Girl!

Lisa Accepts the Shirley M. Lewis Award from Dixie 

The SHIRLEY M. LEWIS AWARD, presented to the club or group of clubs that accomplish the most in the ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD is given with a certificate and a precious little bird statue. In the first years of this club’s existence, the members initiated efforts for litter control within the community and on the busy thoroughfare leading to their island. For more than 20 years, club members have committed to the Adopt-A-Highway program sponsored by the Georgia Department of Transportation, monthly filling 25 or more bags with trash picked up along the three mile causeway. With initiative by this club and assistance of the Garden Club of Georgia, in 2005 this community was the first in the state designated as a wildlife habitat by the DNR.

They have spearheaded a native plant trail to encourage residents to select native specimen plants and in conjunction with the Skidaway Audubon Society have worked in planting and expanding a 3-acre area as a gathering spot for many species of birds, butterflies and insects. With funds raised by the successful annual sale of Christmas bows, they give financial assistance to Arbor Day projects, plantings at the community library, a butterfly garden at the Skidaway State Park, the Savannah Tree Foundation, the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden as well as a new community garden named Skidaway Farms. Keep up your good work, Landings Garden Club! Lisa Hall (left) is accepting the award from Dixie Diffenderfer.

 The new Oleander District Officers who were elected at the District Meeting will begin their term of office following the Garden Club of Georgia Convention in April 2013.  Our own Lisa Hall is the Corresponding Secretary and will serve until 2015.

September 2012 Meeting 

 Jeannie wins the raffle!

 Dot Bambach Chris Steigelman Tyson Helsel Mal Welch

 Fitz Clark and Sharon Kersch