THE OKLAHOMA GARDENERS ASSOCIATION

``Helping Others Grow``

"In Memory of Susan Hill - We love you, we miss you."

OGA Monthly Meetings are

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 

Covid-19: CDC and WRGs guidelines will be adhered to; be prepared bring a mask.

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December 1st Monthly Meeting

Join us for our monthly meeting at 9:30 AM at Will Rogers Gardens, Auditorium  

Speaker will be Connie Scothorn:

“Landscaping with Native Plants”

Business meeting begins at 9:30 am with program beginning at approximately 10:30.  Visitors welcome!  Come join us for knowledgeable and friendly discussions on gardening.

– Click “Sign Up!” link below to help the Hospitality Committee with seating for December 1st meeting.

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Membership Updated Must Read Information:

– Member certification requirements have resumed for 2021: 10 Education Hours and 10 Service Hours.

~ Member Garden Workdays, selected by Garden Chair, are twice a month plus one Association workday.  Check your email and Members Only calendar for workdays.  Signup Genius will also be used to assist with your planning.  Contact Michael Webster if you have questions.

Covid-19 and You: 

Only you can stop the spread.  Think about others before you think about yourself and get vaccinated.

Our members share their knowledge of plants as well as their plants.

 

Members End-of-Year
Volunteer Opportunity = Service Hours

Members – do you need Service Hours for 2021?  If you are interested in making crafts, baking, jams and jelly then think about contributing to the sale.  Please contact Barbara Jordan or Linda Leonard and let one of them know what your are bringing.  They can tell you when and where you can drop off  your sale items.   You earn Service Hours from start to finish making or baking your items.  Easy hours to earn.  Help us while helping yourself.

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The Oklahoma Gardeners Association receives no city, county, state or federal funding for its programs.  The Association (OGA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operating in Oklahoma County. The Association’s fundraisers provide the income for the majority of the programs.  Personal and corporate donations are always welcome.