Making Bouquets for Soldiers’ Graves

Mary Bewley, Sharon Aguilar, Diane Mettler and helper Kathy Mettler

Mary Bewley, Sharon Aguilar, Diane Mettler and helper Kathy Mettler

Thank you Sharon for sharing your chicken coop with the Dogwood Garden Club on Sunday, May 27. Mary Bewley, Sharon Aguilar, Diane Mettler and Kathy Mettler (who donated flowers and jumped in) put together approximately 200 bouquets that were placed on soldiers’ graves on Memorial Day.

Thank you to those who donated they flowers too. The bouquets turned out great.

Diane

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Twenty Terrariums Completed

Terrariums

Terrariums

On April 15, some of the Dogwood Garden Club members got together and created over 20 terrariums as center pieces for the district meeting held May 22nd. From a table full of dirt, glass containers, sedums, rocks and knickknacks, they completed some amazingly creative and beautiful pieces.

Thanks go out to Mary Bewley, Debbie Price, Ceacea Bicknell, Diane Mettler, Sharon Aguilar and Ginny Phillips.

Di

Welcome

Recycled Door at the home of Terry Van Eaton

Recycled Door at the home of Terry Van Eaton

Welcome to the Dogwood Garden Club, of Eatonville, Wash.

Besides keeping you posted on our activities, we hope to entice you come visit one of our meetings. We have a lot of fun and do a lot of good work in the community.

Browse around the site. Or, scroll down to see some of our past events.

This year our theme is reuse — or upcycle as some people say. This picture shows a couple examples of upcyling. The table top is an old millstone, the the totem is created of unused ceramics, gears and croquet balls that have seen better days.

If you would like to get involved with the Dogwood Garden Club or have any questions, feel free to email President Diane Mettler (diane@spilledinkstudio.com)

Also, if you’d like to join us on Facebook, just click HERE!

Hope to see you soon!

Diane