Community Summer Planting
We had a great time planting our Main Street pots and other town areas this summer. We hope you enjoyed the colorful blooms and vines while strolling around town!
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Hopkinton Garden Club News!
Autumn Joys -
A Standard Flower Show Sponsored by the
Central North and Central South Districts of the
Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc.
with the cooperation of the
Worcester County Horticultural Society
A number of Hopkinton Garden Club members participated in this show on November 7th through the 9th! A message from our President Merylyn Mezitt about the occasion:
"Congratulations to Deborah Coleman, Ruth Gorman, Henry Schmidt, and Shirley Melle, all of whom exhibited in the flower show, “Autumn Joys”, at Tower Hill this weekend. Deborah was awarded a red ribbon for her design of a functional breakfast tray, Ruth received a red ribbon for her small arrangement, Henry took first place as well as the Arboreal Award and Award of Horticultural Excellence for his specimen of Cryptomaria japonica ‘cristata’ and Shirley received a third place for her Ilex specimen.
I am very proud of the design and gardening talents of the Hopkinton Garden Club members."
"Deborah deserves special recognition for her work in chairing the horticulture division of the show. If you went to the flower show, you saw her work setting up all of the tables, table covers, and glass containers for the branches of specimens. Well done, Deborah.”