The primary goal of the Hidden Valley Lake Garden Club is to foster members’ interest in horticulture, gardening, and flower arranging. Educational demonstrations, programs and tours are arranged throughout the year for members’ enjoyment.
To encourage and promote community beautification, the Garden Club presents a Yard of the Month award to homeowners with especially attractive landscaping. Look for the yard signs from May to October, recognizing residents whose landscaping efforts have improved their lots as well as the community.
The Garden Club also promotes fellowship among the women of Hidden Valley Lake by sponsoring luncheons, a pontoon party and field trips.
We extend a gracious invitation and welcome to all new members.
2nd Thursday of the month
6 p.m., HVL Community Room
President: MaryAnna Taylor
Vice-Presidents: Sharon Hornung and Luann Roberts
Treasurer: Luann Roberts
Recording Secretary: Carolyn Chasteen
Corresponding Secretary: Carol Mormon
All funds raised stay close to Hidden Valley. The Garden Club provides plantings, flowers, benches, and landscaping at many of the focal points around the community. We also make donations throughout the year to local charitable organizations and for special requests
Bunco Party: Saturday, October 14 | 1 p.m.| HVL Community Room | $15 donation
Never played Bunco? No skill or knowledge of the game is necessary. Come and learn!
Bunco is a popular game played with nine dice and a whole lot of luck. Players are paired with partners at tables of four. Bring your own partner, or we’ll find one for you. As the game progresses, players move from table to table making new friends and socializing along the way.
All funds raised enable the Garden Club to beautify our community with plants, flowers, benches, etc. at various locations.
Mark your calendars now. Join us for a grand time!
View the HVL Events Calendar.
HVL Garden Club Minutes
August 10, 2017
The Hidden Valley Lake Community Center was the hub of activity for the Garden Club’s August 10th meeting. President MaryAnna Taylor opened the meeting with the Gardener’s Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. Carol Morman read the July meeting minutes. Sheri Day motioned to accept the minutes as read, seconded by Marti Sharpe. The motion passed. Luann Roberts gave the treasurer’s report.
MaryAnna thanked Tonia Eidam for providing instructions and materials to make colorful garden stones. She also thanked Carol Morman for handling the July minutes.
Hostesses Jane Ulrick and Janice Roth provided root beer and cream soda floats with cookies for a great summer treat.
MaryAnna reminded members that the September meeting would be the pontoon cruise and pitch-in dinner.
The award for the August Garden of the Month for went to John and Alexine Hassellbeck on Walnut Ridge Trail.
Old Business: Claudia Richardt reported that she has confirmed the date for the Christmas party with Market Street Grille in Harrison. We will make menu decisions at a later date. Jane reminded everyone that the Bunco Party is Oct. 14th, from 1 – 4 p.m. in the Community Center.
New Business: There was no new business.
During the meeting, “Snippy Jim” sharpened members’ scissors and gardening tools. As there was no further business, Judy Kay motioned to adjourn, seconded by Luann Roberts. The motion. Meeting adjourned.
Carolyn Chasteen, Secretary