The Grass River Garden Club presented former U.S. Rep. Tom Evans of Delaware with an honorary membership. Evans helped guide into law the Coastal Barrier Resources Act of 1982, which provides protection for barrier islands on both coasts. ‘Just as y
The Grass River Garden Club awarded three grants in 2017: $7,500 to Sandoway Discovery Center to support Title I schools and after-care participation in Sandoway’s Junior Naturalist Program; $6,200 to Community Greening for the planting of trees, cre
and the impressive historic preservation and garden lushness of that famous Rhode Island enclave.
Photo: (l-r) club member Cecile McCaull, Pardee and Grass River President Holly Breed
Grass River Garden Club President Holly Breeden (second from right) presents a check for $10,000
to Sandoway House Nature Center. The grant is given to help the Nature Center take their animals
and programs on the road to schools that currently do n
replant their vegetable garden. Paul’s Place is an after-school program at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
in Delray Beach that serves children from the neighborhood. Whe
Beachgoers admire the new Delray Beach Pavilion before its official ribbon-cutting
on March 26 at Atlantic Avenue and A1A.
Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
The Grass River Garden Club donated native landscaping for the beach pavilion in Delray.
The Grass River Garden Club presented a $5,000 check to the Delray Beach Historical Society
in front of the The Ethel Sterling Williams Archive and Learning Center
in Delray Beach. The gift was to enable installation of flowering, native landscapin
Grass River Garden Club Co-President Susan Lyons presents a $6,000 check to Nature Center Executive Director Patrick Moorehouse recently at the nature center in Delray Beach.
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