Flowertown Garden Club

  • Thursday, October 25, 2012

The Flowertown Garden Club is celebrating 60 years of working to keep Summerville beautiful. As part of its 60th Anniversary, the club will be working to give the front of the Cuthbert Center in Azalea Park a little makeover. The group will build and plant two raised brick beds in the front of the Cuthbert Center and hopes to start on the project in the near future. Pictured from left are Maureen Minner, Co Chair of the club’s 60th Anniversary Civic Beautification Committee, Doyle Best, Parks and Recreation Manager for the Town of Summerville, Mayor Bill Collins, and Vicki Burtt, president of the Flowertown Garden Club and co-chair of the 60th Anniversary Beautification Committee.


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