of Garden Clubs!
To go to the websites for Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs, or Pacific Region or National Garden Clubs, Inc., just click on their names in orange above.
What's New? Check out the newest information on our site:
For Club Meetings, click on District Clubs, at the right.
Chuckanut District Officers
District Director: Daphne Ruxton
1st Assistant Director: Gerry Douglas
Treasurer: Bea Bazinet
Secretary: Marisa Earnst
Current Club Presidents:
Chuckanut Judges Council - Sally Karg
Designing Women Floral Club - Gerry Douglas
D.U.P.I. - Bonnie Pendleton
Floral Arts - Sharon Budd
LaConner Civic GC - Susan Deyo
Oak Harbor GC - Gloria Morse
Tulip Valley Gardeners - Marisa Earnst
Rhodie License Plates are now available!
Support Meerkerk Gardens and promote gardening with the new Rhodie License Plate! Learn more in the letter from Donald Lee, President of Meerkerk Gardens (and a speaker at our Wild Thing State Convention last June!)
Chuckanut District Fall Event
You and a friend are invited to the upcoming Chuckanut District of Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs Event featuring:
Floral Design Program
Lunch ($5 donation)
(bring an empty 1 liter plastic bottle)
Thursday, October 6th
10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland St.
Reply by email to the District Director for a lunch count: email@example.com
Click here for a printable flyer.
Congratulations to the award winners at this year’s WSFGC Convention!
Top awards presented to Chuckanut District’s Garden Clubs were as follows:
Many other certificates were given for 2nd and 3rd place in specific award areas and participation in others. Those Clubs in the District were:
It was so exciting when Chuckanut District and a Club name was announced at the Awards Ceremony! I definitely got my exercise this year! Thank you so much for taking time to enter these award categories and for doing so well! What surprised me was that even with all the awards that were given out, over twenty awards weren’t even applied for. I encourage Clubs who have not been participating in the state awards to seriously consider doing so. Having an Awards Chairman in your Club helps, too. If you’re unsure how to do any of this, give the Oak Harbor Garden Club a call or send an email. I’m sure they’d be happy to help you!
Daphne Ruxton, Director for Chuckanut District