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Area garden clubs work on multiple projects



Two area garden clubs have completed projects funded by Plant America grants from The National Garden Clubs Inc.

Fifty-five grants of $1,000 each were awarded to garden clubs across the nation including 13 Georgia clubs and two Augusta clubs.

Officials with the Azalea Garden Club were seeking...

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  1. Great article! These wonderful examples are only a tiny part of the dozens of ongoing projects being executed by many different gardening groups in Augusta and across the state. Augusta is starting to, again, truly deserve it’s nickname of the Garden City. Our most sincere thanks to all the hundreds of volunteers who are making this city a more beautiful place to live.

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