President's Message 

As we enter a new year, it is with a sense of accomplishment and pride that I continue as President of the Long Hill Garden Club.  Along with my Officers and Board Members, I hope to encourage all club members to continue their interest in all phases of gardening, artistic design, horticulture , civic beauty and conservation practices.  We are a large club compromised of many artistic and talented gardeners who routinely share their expertise and passion for flowers and vegetables with our community.  As members we actively volunteered to beautify the town of Trumbull and we have encouraged the conservation of our natural resources.  My hope is that we will all work together to accomplish our club goals and smile while cooperating with each other.  

This past year we have reached out and worked with the Trumbull Arts Council, Trumbull Vocational Agriculture Program and the Trumbull Historical Society.  Our Random Acts of Kindness give away brought smiles to many faces.  The volunteering we did in the programs at Trumbull Public Schools and all of the  books we have donated have helped to educate the youth in our area.  The "Nature Nook" observers at the library have witnessed tadpoles grow into frogs right in front of their eyes.  Whether it be weeding areas of the town or caring for the library plants, we strive to enhance our programs to support our club objectives.  In short, we volunteer to create a better environment.  

The Club motto for this year is "Get involved and work to conserve and beautify our environment."  I say to all members - reach out, volunteer, learn new things and make new friends.  Take advantage of all aspects of the Long Hill Garden Club.  

I look forward to listening and working with all members in the coming year.

Christine Pfeiffer, President

The club owes the success of its many garden related community services to the talented members who actively participate on various committees.  We encourage each member to serve on a committee; exhibit at a general meeting during the Club year with a floral design or horticulture entry; and contribute to the plant sale by providing plants from your garden, assisting at a potting party or helping in some way at the annual plant sale.  Funding for these projects is derived from the annual plant sale and periodic grants. 

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