Our Mission: "Protect, preserve, and beautify our environment"

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Celebration Luncheon Postponed to 2021

Celebration Luncheon Postponed to 2021

This year has presented many challenges that no one expected.  The feeling of uncertainty that COVID-19 has created stretches to all corners of the earth.  It is that uncertainty that has led the...

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Garden Boutique Closing – The End of an Era

Garden Boutique Closing – The End of an Era

The Garden Club Council of WS/Forsyth County has operated The Garden Boutique since the early 1950s and has called 100 Reynolda Village home since 1972.  For decades the store has been the primary...

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KWSB Flower Bed Judging – Help Needed

KWSB Flower Bed Judging – Help Needed

Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful needs our help judging flower beds around town. Judging will take place on three Wednesdays this summer: Wednesday, June 30, from 9 am-4 pm (*updated date)Wednesday,...

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Our Mission

The Garden Club Council was founded in 1932 to help “protect, preserve and beautify our environment.” Today our group includes over 800 members from 21 garden clubs in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County area. All of our garden club members are also members of the Garden Club of North Carolina. The Garden Club Council helps to promote local gardening, beautification, recycling, and environmental education. Our headquarters is located at 100 Reynolda Village in Winston-Salem, NC right at the front of beautiful Reynolda Garden.

2020-2021 Leadership

Leah Crowley

First Vice President
Stephanie Kennedy

Second Vice President
Laura Neelon

Ashley Blanchard

Assistant Treasurer
Martha Abernethy

Recording Secretary
Laura Bland

Corresponding Secretary
Beth Martin

Donations and Memorial Gifts

The Beautification Endowment Fund has been established to receive all memorials and honorariums unless otherwise designated.

Contributions can be sent to:
The Garden Club Council Headquarters
100 Reynolda Village
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Checks must be made out to The Garden Club Council and may be designated for the Beautification Endowment Fund or the Scholarship Fund.