Cedar Mill Garden Club Membership
We have members from all over the West Metro area, many of whom invest a great deal of time and effort in making our Annual Plant Sale a success, so that we can provide monies for the Historic John Quincy Adams Young House, a horticultural scholarship and donations to local botanical gardens. Many of our members collect unique plants and are avid gardeners, others are novices, some come for the programs, some are judges and enter designs in flower shows, at least one is a grower. The common thread is a passion for plants and gardening, so it makes a nice mix.
Membership is open to anyone with these interests at heart.
Monthly meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month at 9:30AM. September through June, usually at the Beaverton Community Center located at 12350 S.W. 5th Street (across from the Beaverton Library). We also have at least one field trip a month.
Dues are only $20 per year.
Current Cedar Mill Garden Club Officers
President: Garnet Ascher
Vice President - Program Chair: Summer Browner
Co-Secretaries: Susan Lane & Maeve McBrinn
Treasurer: Alice Schlosser
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The Cedar Mill Garden Club
State and Local Officers Belonging to
Cedar Mill Garden Club
Sue Owen, Pioneer District Treasurer
Garnet Ascher, Past OSFGC State President 2011-2013 and Past Pioneer District Director
Aloha Cannon, Past Pioneer District Director
Jeanette Benson, Past Pioneer
Barbara Cushman, Past Pioneer District Secretary
Donna Cotton, Past President of Judges Council
Judges and Designers
in Our Club:
Events & Projects
Our favorite events include:
The Spring Plant Sale
The Annual Christmas Party
Our Summer Picnic
Trips to Nurseries and Gardens
Hands on demonstrations
11th Annual Spring Plant Sale
May 2nd and 3rd (Fri. & Sat.)
A Wildflower Garden at the John Quincy Adams Young House.
(We have set aside $1,500 for a heritage herb or cottage garden when the house is restored.)
Yearly Christmas Wreaths for the Cedar Mill Library
Plantings for Public Spaces
Youth Conservation Education
Garden Study School
(For 4 years in a row, the group donated $1,000 to the Pioneer District Scholarship Fund. )
We donate to the Oregon Garden and several other botanical gardens including the Leach Botanical Garden, the Berry Botanical Garden, The Chinese Lan Su, The Japanese Gardens and to Penny Pines, which supports reforestation.
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Michelle K. "Chicken Lady"