Clinton Garden Club hosts end-of-year events

Clinton Garden Club members earn points for their participation throughout the club year. This year’s annual award winners are Becky Todd, first; Imogene King, second; Judy Cumbo, third, Eleanor Bradshaw; fourth and Phyllis McKee, fifth. The engraved bowls and trays are on display at the Sampson County History Museum throughout the year. -
The Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc., awarded the Clinton Junior Garden Club, District 11, a certificate of recognition, first place for the Youth Award-Club of the Year for achievements. Members who work so faithfully with the Jr. club are Phyllis McKee, Cathy Hoover, Camille Dunn, Sarah Hesketh (not pictured) and chairwoman Becky Todd. -
Becky Todd, a member of the Clinton Garden Club, shows off her award certificate. -
Eleanor Bradshaw presented a Clinton Garden Club scholarship to Grace Hairr for continuing her horticulture studies. - -
Billie DeVane installed Gail McClanahan as first vice president. - -

Clinton Garden Club members earn points for their participation throughout the club year. This year’s annual award winners are Becky Todd, first; Imogene King, second; Judy Cumbo, third, Eleanor Bradshaw; fourth and Phyllis McKee, fifth. The engraved bowls and trays are on display at the Sampson County History Museum throughout the year.

The Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc., awarded the Clinton Junior Garden Club, District 11, a certificate of recognition, first place for the Youth Award-Club of the Year for achievements. Members who work so faithfully with the Jr. club are Phyllis McKee, Cathy Hoover, Camille Dunn, Sarah Hesketh (not pictured) and chairwoman Becky Todd.

Becky Todd, a member of the Clinton Garden Club, shows off her award certificate.

Eleanor Bradshaw presented a Clinton Garden Club scholarship to Grace Hairr for continuing her horticulture studies.

Billie DeVane installed Gail McClanahan as first vice president.

Clinton Garden Club members earn points for their participation throughout the club year. This year’s annual award winners are Becky Todd, first; Imogene King, second; Judy Cumbo, third, Eleanor Bradshaw; fourth and Phyllis McKee, fifth. The engraved bowls and trays are on display at the Sampson County History Museum throughout the year.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1550.jpgClinton Garden Club members earn points for their participation throughout the club year. This year’s annual award winners are Becky Todd, first; Imogene King, second; Judy Cumbo, third, Eleanor Bradshaw; fourth and Phyllis McKee, fifth. The engraved bowls and trays are on display at the Sampson County History Museum throughout the year.

The Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc., awarded the Clinton Junior Garden Club, District 11, a certificate of recognition, first place for the Youth Award-Club of the Year for achievements. Members who work so faithfully with the Jr. club are Phyllis McKee, Cathy Hoover, Camille Dunn, Sarah Hesketh (not pictured) and chairwoman Becky Todd.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1514.jpgThe Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc., awarded the Clinton Junior Garden Club, District 11, a certificate of recognition, first place for the Youth Award-Club of the Year for achievements. Members who work so faithfully with the Jr. club are Phyllis McKee, Cathy Hoover, Camille Dunn, Sarah Hesketh (not pictured) and chairwoman Becky Todd.

Becky Todd, a member of the Clinton Garden Club, shows off her award certificate.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1530.jpgBecky Todd, a member of the Clinton Garden Club, shows off her award certificate.

Eleanor Bradshaw presented a Clinton Garden Club scholarship to Grace Hairr for continuing her horticulture studies.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1528.jpgEleanor Bradshaw presented a Clinton Garden Club scholarship to Grace Hairr for continuing her horticulture studies.

Billie DeVane installed Gail McClanahan as first vice president.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1534.jpgBillie DeVane installed Gail McClanahan as first vice president.