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Welcome to Northeast District's Website!

Our district covers:  Scotland, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Shelby, Marion, Monroe, Ralls and Pike counties

Member of:   
Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, Inc.
Member of:   
Central Region
Member of:   
National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Theme "Sharing our Love of Gardening"
 


Val Concannon, NE District Director
21732 Pike 9101
Louisiana, MO 63353
573-560-0701 cell
 573-754-4258 home

Looking for a Garden Club to Join?

You're visiting because you're looking for a garden club to join or just interested in what we're all about.   Federated Garden Clubs follow the guidelines, projects, goals and objectives of the National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC) organization located in St. Louis, Mo..  This group is made up of 8 Regions and 52 States.  Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, Inc. have 10 Districts.  We are the Northeast District and cover Scotland, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Shelby, Marion, Monroe, Ralls and Pike counties and have 4 active and talented clubs in the district.  Click on a club you have an interest in and check out where and when they meet.  

Visit National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC) website and Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, Inc. (FGCM) website (fgcmo.org) 

 BENEFITS OF GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSHIP
  • Identifies a club with members of the largest gardening organization in the world.
  • Provides automatic membership in the State, Region and National Garden Clubs, Inc.
  • Teaches the basics of flower arranging and horticulture.
  • Offers educational opportunities in the schools sponsored by National Garden Clubs, Inc.
  • Environmental Studies School
  • Flower Show School
  • Gardening Study School
  • Landscape Design School
  • Provides access to resources from National Garden Clubs, Inc. headquarters for club programs, illustrated lectures (slides and videos) and informational materials.
  • Allows the exchange of ideas through conference, correspondence and association with others of similar interests.
  • Enables each member to serve others through garden therapy and youth gardening activities.
  • Provides collective ways of working with others for the beautification of your community.
  • Affords each club the opportunity to compete for awards and grants.
  • Allows a club to nominate a qualified college student to apply for a scholarship in garden related fields.

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