DISTRICT VII - Diggers & Weeders Garden Club of Lake Charles Deeds and Doings
Landmark Nursing Home Diggers & Weeders Garden Club decorated the nursing home's Christmas tree using all natural material. This years tree decorations were made out of Magnolia leaves that were painted and embellished. Palm bark was also painted and used on the tree. This is an annual project for the club.
The Diggers and Weeders Garden Club decorated a tree at Landmark of Lake Charles on Giving Tuesday. Ornaments were all hand made by members from natural plant materials and shells.
Two Members attend LGCF Convention, 2022
Club members Kathy Tell, LGCF recording secretary and Pam Langley, District VII Director attended the April 2022 LGCF Convention held in Baton Rouge LA.
Kathy Tell, Rec. Sec with LGCF President, Roxanna Champagne and Pres. Elect, Patricia “Tricia” Ortalano
Pam Langley, second from left, and other District Directors. Center: Roxanna and Tricia
Judges Ingrid Ayers (Lake Charles Garden Club), Sharon Nabours and Kathy Tell (Diggers and Weeders Garden Club) and Church Point Mayor Ryan "Spanky" Meche.
Kathy Tell presenting certificate of appreciation to Church Point Mayor Ryan "Spanky" Meche.
District VII Cleanest City Contest
District VII Cleanest City Chairman Kathy Tell informed Church Point Mayor Ryan "Spanky" Meche and Crowley Mayor Tim Monceaux that their cities were district winner of the 2021 Cleanest City Competition held Tuesday, May 4, 2021.
This award represents communities who care about and take pride in their cities, their neighborhoods and where they work and live. It brings with it a community spirit that tells the world that their city officials, business leaders and citizens are invested in their hometown.
On April 23, LGCF President and Lake Charles Garden Club member Linda Finley and Diggers and Weeders Garden Club member, Kathy Tell visited the I-10 Louisiana Welcome Center in Vinton to find a suitable location for the new Blue Star Marker.