Laurelwood Garden Club learns how to preserve history at next meeting

Laurelwood Garden Club learns how to preserve history at next meeting

The following Laurelwood Garden Club officers were elected at the Annual Meeting held at Oak Hill Country Club on June 3: From left, Mary Ed Cain, Corresponding Secretary, of Leominster; Lucille Cormier, Secretary, of Fitchburg; Kathryn Nowosielski, President, of Leominster; Tisha Schiavitti, Treasurer, of Leominster, and Lynn Houston, Vice President, of Ashby. Not present is Claire Lavin, Assistant Treasurer, of Ashby.

FITCHBURG — The Laurelwood Back garden Club will hold its first conference for the 2022-2023 season on Friday, Sept. 9 at 9:30 a.m. at the Fitchburg Historical Culture, 718 Primary St., Fitchburg.

Susan Navarre, govt director of the Fitchburg Historical Culture, will stroll us by means of the paths of holding record, plans and Open up Household exhibitions. She will go over the value of studying, gathering, preserving and cataloging the growth, the gatherings and the famed people and the industries that have taken us to this working day and further than.

The club will current numerous donated yard club items to catalog and preserve the historical past of the garden club.

The Laurelwood Backyard Club will maintain its 11th once-a-year scholarship tea on Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Fitchburg Artwork Museum to gain its scholarship fund. Attendees will be served English Tea, Savories and Sweets to an overflowing place of associates and their attendees. Tables will be decorated with a distinctive Tablescape theme displaying a range of vibrant, whimsical and exciting centerpieces with the concept carried in the course of the desk with dishes and artifacts.