Tag Archives: May 2015 Newsletter

In The Bottom of My Garden . . . Thinking of Andy Warhol

In the 1950s Andy Warhol created a series of lithographs of fairies and putti holding flowers and showing off lots of exposed “bottoms”. He cleverly named the series “In the Bottom of My Garden.” About the time I saw one … Continue reading

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A Time to Celebrate…looking forward to 91 years What a Great Celebration

“Our First Ninety Years” was a wonderful experience, Teresa Zohn and her committee know how to celebrate in a memorable way. We are a club of history but also a club of the “new”. Have we ever had a group … Continue reading

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A Special Arbor Day for the CGCC and the Community

Arbor Day 2015 was a fabulous day! First, preschoolers met in the butterfly garden at the library and learned “All About Trees” from Steve Pearson, director of the UM Arboretum. Then, under a tent in an area across the street, … Continue reading

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Members Attend and Enjoy FFGC Convention April 18-19

Our Friday started off early with a stop at FIU to pick up Mangrove pups with 3 stages of growth to complete the environmental exhibit. CGGC was asked to represent District XII. Sharon set up the display then attended the … Continue reading

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