Working Hand in Hand With Nature...

...For the Community

The Hill & Valley Garden Club promotes gardening among amateurs to include arranging, culture, and study of flowers; protecting native trees, wildflowers, and birds; and encouraging conservation of our natural resources. 

...For the Environment

The Hill & Valley Garden Club's  Environmental mission  is to review local environmental problems, their possible solutions,  promote environmental awareness and to advocate sound environmental stewardship.  

             ...For Education

The Hill & Valley Garden Club is an Educational introduction to the art and science of gardening by encouraging creativity and leadership skills through an awareness of the environment and its people.  

Getting Ready for Garden Lover's Day

Preparations for 2024 Garden Lover's Day...getting all the $5.00 and $10.00 plants ready for sale.    Raising funds for Environmental Scholarships.

If you are interested in obtaining an Environmental Scholarship from the Hill and Valley Garden Club,
please click on the button below.


Announcements

You Are Invited!

   If you would like to join the Hill & Valley Garden Club please contact: 

  Katie Sokol, our president, if you would like to attend a meeting or receive more info.

  hillandvalleygardenclub@gmail.com

Members - for April & May 2024: 

April 15th - Ralph Dean Memorial Tree Cleanup, 10 am

April 18th - Field Trip to Jones Nature Preserve, 2 pm.  

April 20th - Arbor Day at Ralph Dean Park, 1 pm

April 24th - Old Town Cemetery Cleanup, 10 am

April 30th -  Field Trip to G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Preserve, Linden, with Richard Stromberg, 2 pm.

May 7th    -  Plant Preparation for Garden Lover's Day, 11-1 pm,  Bring tools, potting material, plants, etc.

May 17th - Set up for Garden Lover's Day

May 18th - Garden Lover's Day!!


If you are interested in obtaining an Environmental Scholarship from the Hill and Valley Garden Club,
please click on the button below.

2023 Scholarship Recipient Meghan Sours

Meghan is a graduate of Luray High School and received an advanced diploma which includes dual enrolment in Biology and English from Laurel Ridge Community College as well as honors studies in Chemistry, Physics and Anatomy.    She has been accepted at, and will attend, Bridgewater College where she intends to major in Biology.   She then hopes to transfer to Virginia Tech to study to become a veterinarian.

Meghan has been an active member of FFA and 4-H throughout high school, serving in leadership roles and performing much volunteer service for each organization.   She has also worked part time in a local veterinarian practice.   


The $500 scholarship was presented to Meghan at the Luray High School Award night on May 31 by Hill and Valley GC Treasurer Julie Edmonds.

Julie Edmonds, HVGC Treasurer, presenting
Meghan Sours with her Scholarship .