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HOSTESS SCHEDULE FOR 2019-2020


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OCT- Rosemary Drennen ~ Carol Hendrix ~ Sandy Houck​


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Katheryn Pignatella, President

2019-2021

​President’s biography


Born and raised in Roanoke, Va I married my high school sweetheart and have lived in Franklin County for over 16 years.
I worked in healthcare as a Respiratory therapist for 12 years before recently making a career change selling real estate. Real estate has been a passion of mine since I was in high school and I have loved every minute of the industry so far. 
I inherited my love of all things flower and garden from my mother who has not only taught me so much but is also an active member in her garden club. 
I especially love that the Moneta Garden Club allows an opportunity not only for me to learn but give back to our community. 
As a mom of three young children I think it is so important for children to be outside and learn to garden and I am so grateful for the gardens built by MGC at several local schools giving so many children a chance to learn and be hands on in the dirt!
I look forward to my time as MGC president and hope that we continue to grow and give even more back to the community during my two years.


MONETA GARDEN CLUB


Garden Notes


Meeting: Monday September 16, 2019


12:00 noon  Gathering: 12:30 Meeting

Bethlehem United Methodist Church

 Program: Blue Ridge Foothills & Lakes

Rick Watson, VA Master Naturalist

Horticulture

Late Summer Blooms: Annuals, Perennials; Vegetables

Design

“From the Woods”

Designer’s choice of style and size using “woodsy” plant material and accessories

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OCTOBER MEETING, October 21, 2019 

Program:  Growing Herbs

Gay Sperrazza, Bedford Master Gardener 

Bethlehem United Methodist Church

Gathering: 12:00, Meeting: 12:30 

Horticulture:  Fall blooms, vegetables

Design:  Glorious Pumpkins

Designer’s choice