Spring will be extra special this year as we look for an end to the pandemic and a return to what we hope will be our "normal life". Last year was spent learning new ways to stay connected. Club members are so thankful for the advances in technology and the people who were able to help us master using it. What a blessing our gardens were as a place where we could enjoy the outdoors. Our gardens also offered us a place to renew our mindset and give our spirits a lift. A time to work in the soil, enjoy what we grew and the beauty of all our plants and God's creations around us helped to bring us peace.
During the months of January and February, members were able to attend Zoom gatherings entitled "Small Talks". These hour long events helped to keep us connected and informed on various topics. Tuesday March 23rd will be our Club's first meeting of 2021 which will take place virtually, via Zoom. Our Program Committee has planned very informative and entertaining programs for our Club. All of the meetings are listed under the Calendar tab on our website, just click on a month to see the details. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines for all of our gatherings. We would love for you to join us as we begin another year of growing through friendship and flowers!
Alicia Garrison & Rita Mack
Co-Presidents, Southern Butler County Garden Club