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CANTON GARDEN CLUB
The objective of the Canton Garden Club (CGC) is to promote interest in and knowledge of gardening, civic improvements and the conservation of wildlife and natural resources. 
We encourage others to take pride in their community by sharing our knowledge and enthusiasm for all things green and growing.

GENERAL MEETINGS are held at 10:00 am or 7:00 pm on the second Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted.  Social gathering is held 1/2 hour before each meeting.  Guests and prospective members are welcome to all general meetings. The annual meeting & luncheon in May is limited to members only.

MEMBERSHIP is open to the public. New Members are accepted throughout the year.
Dues of $50.00 to be paid upon joining the Canton Garden Club.
Email cantoncgcmembership@gmail.com for an application.

STANDARD MEETING FORMAT (Coffee) Refreshments, Business Meeting, Program
                                                             (Tea) Business Meeting, Program, Refreshments

BOARD MEETINGS are held on the first Monday of the month at Pequitside Farm unless otherwise noted. Check your calendar for exact dates and times.
2020-2021 OFFICERS
        President............................................................................. Joan Marie Driscoll
        Vice President...................................................................... Maureen Galvin
        Treasurer.............................................................................. Marylyn Murphy
        Recording Secretary............................................................. Roxy Gray 
        Corresponding Secretary...................................................... Linda Millington

DIRECTORS
Term expires 2021: Marie Duffy & Carol Munson
Term expires 2022: Kitty Clapp & Christine Sparuk

AFFILIATIONS
Member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. 
The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc. South Shore District

SCHOLARSHIPS
The CGC awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors 
and shall be based on:

  1. Academic Achievement
  2. Extra-Curricular Activities 
  3. Student will attend a 4 year+ college
  4. Interest/experience in conservation, environment or gardening
 CGC Scholarship Applications: