ABOUT US

ENGC is a member of
Garden Club of Ohio, Cleveland District
National Garden Clubs, Inc., Central
Atlantic Region
Holden Forests and Gardens Affiliate Garden Club


Emerald Necklace Garden Club (ENGC) was founded in 1964 and currently has 44 members. Members cultivate beauty through good gardening, participate in biennial flower shows, inspire youth to garden through school and extra-curricular activities, provide scholarships for horticultural students and support civic beautification and conservation.


MEET OUR 2018 BOARD MEMBERS

    2017 AWARDS 

CONTRIBUTIONS


GCO Scholarship Fund
Scholastic Awards to Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) students pursuing horticulture-related degrees

The Pajama Program

Garden-related activities with children
and youth

Holden Forests & Gardens
Green Corp Program and
School Transportation Fund


​Seeds of Friendship

The Nature Conservancy/Ohio Land Trust

Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church

Western Reserve Land Conservancy

West Creek Conservancy

  
The awards we received were for a medium size club (30-45 members)
​from Garden Club of Ohio

BECAUSE OF THE POINTS RECEIVED FOR ALL
OF THE AWARDS:
HONORABLE MENTION (400-C) OUTSTANDING GARDEN CLUB - MEDIUM SIZE CLUB

1st Place (180-C) Publicity Press Book for a collection of press clippings throughout
the year.

1st Place (183.1C) Website for
the ENGC website posted as of
September of 2017.

2nd Place (182C) Club Newsletter for
the monthly club newsletter.

2nd Place (114C) Tree Decoration for
the Cleveland Botanical Garden
GLOW tree.

2nd Place (107C) Community
Enrichment Award for our "Posies in Pots"
children's flower arranging table
 at Metroparks' Fall Fest.

2nd Place (103C) Civic Improvement Award
for our perennial planting activity at
Henninger House.

3rd Place (140C) Youth Award for
our children's garden activity "Fall Hair-raising Planting" at St. Basil Fall Fest.


Honorable Mention (200D) for
the ENGC Club Yearbook.

     





   
Standing L-R: Pauline Dey, 2nd Vice President; Mary Drumm, Corresponding Secretary; Sue Mack, Recording Secretary; Laurie Siebert, Treasurer;
Seated L-R: Alice-Jo Soinski, 2nd Vice President; Maureen Michal, President; Marlene Ziss, 1st Vice President (Programs); Kathie Brusk, 1st Vice President (Programs)