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Westlake Garden Club Plants Hilliard Blvd. Flower Box

Westlake Garden Club members, Marge Emblom, Kathy Bruening and Regina McCarthy, met at the club's flower box on Hilliard Blvd. on Saturday, May 16 to plant flowers.  Marge did the design and purchased the flowers and Kathy and Regina helped with the planting.  The City of Westlake waters the flower boxes but club member Shirley Lutts has volunteered to check on the box and water as needed.  The flower boxes filling the center of Hilliard Blvd. are unique to our city and visitors to Westlake always comment on how beautiful they are.

Westlake Garden Club Donates Wreath for Memorial Day Celebration

The Westlake Garden Club continued the tradition this year of donating a wreath and bouquet for the Memorial Day Celebration in Westlake at Clague Park.  Club member Carolyn Steigman created the wreath again this year and did a beautiful job.  A parade down Hilliard Boulevard to Clague Park precedes the ceremony. 

Arbor Day Celebration

Friday morning, April 24, our Club planted its 52nd consecutive Arbor Day tree, this year at the Westlake Recreation Center’s children’s playground. We especially wish to thank Brian Corrigan and Cahoon Nursery for donating our beautiful ‘Valley Forge’ Elm (Ulmus americana), a new disease tolerant cultivar which, once established, can grow up to 3 ft./yr. to a height and crown spread of 30 ft. or more, with leaves turning golden yellow in autumn. As he has done throughout his tenure, Mayor Dennis M. Clough presented us with an Arbor Day Proclamation and spoke to the importance of our Club to the community. Also attending: Paul J. Quinn III, Dir. of Public Service, Bob DeMinico, Recreation Center Dir. and Stan Barnard, Urban Forestry Mgr.; and our members Ruth Bertrand, Kathy and Rich Bruening, Marge Emblom, Carol and Don Lewellen, Shirley Lutts, Regina McCarthy and friend Carol Krieger, Marsha McEntee, Thea Steinmetz and friend, and Brian Thompson, who spoke to Arbor Day history and how we are blessed to be in a community that recognizes the importance of trees. See the Photo Galleries on our web site for more pictures


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