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Columbus Garden Club

The Columbus Garden Club was organized on May 4,1936. The Club was federated with National Garden Clubs and the constitution originally adopted in 1941.


The Club is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes including purposes such as the making distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code


The objectives of the Club shall be to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening among amateurs, to aid in the protection of native trees, plants, birds, and other wildlife, and to encourage civic planting.

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Columbus Garden Club invites anyone interested in sharing their gardening knowledge, learning about gardening, or contributing to our beautiful historic community to apply for membership. Meetings September thru May on the 2nd Wednesday at 9:30 am. A wide variety of social and volunteer activities happen often. 

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Our 2023-24 Board

President: Janet Johnson

1st Vice-President: Regena Williamson

2nd Vice-President: Nancy Galloway

Recording Secretary: Jennie Pritchett

Treasurer: Patricia Schindler

Reporter/Publicity: Velma Harrington  


Historian: Velma Harrington  

2023-4 columbus garden club officers in tea-party attire

 From left to right in their fun May 2022 event's cream tea attire: Nancy Galloway, Velma Harrington, Jenny Pritchett, Patricia Schindler, Regena Williamson,  and Janet Johnson. Helen Huddleston is not pictured.

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Club Motto

“A More Beautiful Community”


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Club Colors

Green and White



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Click the small Butterfly to see an amazing butterfly story.

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