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Falmouth Garden Club
2023 Award Winners
One of the objectives of the Falmouth Garden Club is to encourage the study of and interest in gardening and horticulture. To recognize the time and effort of creating and maintaining beautiful gardens, the FGC annually selects noteworthy gardens throughout the Falmouth area to receive a Garden Achievement Award. These gardens must be visible from the street and must have been planted and maintained by their owners. A similar award is given to a business enterprise in recognition of its use of gardens or plantings for the beautification of its place.
The recipients of the 2023 garden awards are: Wendy Slate, Lowell Renner, Judith and Gary Salter, Linda Norris, and Cynthia Limberakis; Virginia Finerty, owner of Town & Beach Motel, is recipient of the business award. Award recipients will be presented with the award at a fall monthly membership meeting of the FGC.
The winning gardens are located at: 55 School Street, Woods Hole; 60 Clear Pond Road, Falmouth; 56 Clear Pond Road, Falmouth; 19 North Bournes Pond Road, East Falmouth;
496 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth. 382 Main Street, Falmouth, Town and Beach Motel.
Awarded this year are the 6 lovely gardens below!
496 Palmer Avenue
55 School Street
19 North Bournes Pond
56 Clear Pond
60 Clear Pond
382 Main Street
Introducing your new
Missing from photo is Judy Pooley (cor.sec)
Past President Robin Ketchum skillfully handled the installation of our new executive officers pictured are:
Jan Munier (Treas.), Katherine Waite (Asst.Treas.),Nancy Baker, Sonia Smith (Co -VP)
Heidi DiGiovanni ( R Sec.), Colleen Giacomozzi & Rosanne Mili (Co-Presidents)
Thanks to the Nominating Committee for presenting us with such an outstanding group to lead us
for the next two years.
Missing from photo is Matthew Shea
Martha Pendergast, on behalf of the Scholarship Committee, introduced three of four recipients at the luncheon.
She read excerpts from their applications & supporting letters which highlighted how truly deserving each were of the $1,000 awards.
Pictured at left are Martha with Lauryn McGann, Alexia Morton & Elizabeth Litton. Matthew Shea was unable to attend.
We wish them success as they transition to this new stage in life.