Fayette Garden Club

Fayette's hydrangeas are in full bloom


Pictured is one of the hydrangeas located in downtown Fayette.

The more than 40 limelight hydrangeas that are located throughout Fayette are now in full bloom. The plants are taken care of by the Fayette Garden Club, and were purchased with a grant from the Fayette Community Foundation. Two new “Moon” Hydrangeas will be planted at the Flag Park in downtown Fayette.

Fayette Garden Club exhibits community service


Shown at right are members of the Fayette Garden Club as they perform a labor of love by planting fresh flowers at the Fayette Depot Museum. Shown from left are: Frances Butler, Stephanie Butler, John Brasher, Doris Brasher and Sheena Peterson.

The Fayette Garden Club exhibits its pride in the community by planting and caring for flowers and plants in the downtown Fayette area. The service organization is dedicated to helping beautify the area through its use of plants and flowers, and the Fayette Garden Club also encourages others to help make the area more beautiful.

FMC staff enjoys treat


Shown are a few of the Fayette Medical Center’s staff and employees as they enjoy the tasty treats.

The Fayette Medical Center Family Council and Fayette Garden Club members provided food on Feb. 19 for the Fayette Medical Center Long-Term Care and Hospital staff in appreciation for the services they provide to the patients under their care. This is an annual event that is hosted on the first Wednesday after Valentine’s Day by the two organizations, and the food is always enjoyed by the employees.

Fayette Garden Club selects Yard of the Month


Shown is Jacqueline Johnson's yard, selected as the “Yard of the Month” for July.

The Fayette Garden Club selected the yard at the home of Jacqueline Johnson as its “Yard of the Month” for July. Johnson moved to Fayette from Indiana about 11 years ago, and she has worked very hard since moving to Fayette to transform her yard into the flowering oasis that it is today.

 

Fayette Garden Club's Yard-of-the-Month


Shown from left: Donna Parker, Wesley Parker and Randy Parker, winners of May's Yard-of-the-Month.

Randy, Donna and Wesley Parker received the Fayette Garden Club’s Yard-of-the-Month for May. Their house is one of the oldest houses in Fayette, and also was the first hotel in town. The house was built in 1850. The Parkers received this month’s award due to the tremendous job they do keeping their yard neatly groomed and blooming with flowers.

Fayette Garden Club presents service award


Lindy Hindman of Fayette County High School was presented with the 2019 Fayette Garden Club Community Service Award during the April 2 Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Shown from left: Fayette Garden Club President Doris Brasher, Hindman, Jane Introvartolo and Francis Butler.

Lindy Hindman, a senior at Fayette County High School, was presented the Fayette Garden Club’s 2019 “Outstandin Community Service Award” during the Fayette Chamber of Commerce’s “First Tuesday” luncheon on April 2.

 

Fayette Garden Club presents Community Service Award


Linda Black, vice-president of the Fayette Garden Club, is shown presenting the Community Service Award to Mason Aldridge.

The Fayette Garden Club presented its Community Service Award and scholarship during the Fayette Chamber of Commerce’s “First Tuesday” luncheon, held at the Fayette Civic Center on April 3. Mason Aldridge, a senior at Fayette County High School, was presented the Community Service Award and also received a $250 cash scholarship from the Fayette Garden Club.

Organizations provide appreciation meal for staff


Shown are some of the Long-Term Care staff as they prepare to enjoy the meal.

The Fayette Family Council and Fayette Garden Club members provided food on Feb. 21 for the Fayette Medical Center Long-Term Care staff in appreciation for the services they provide to the patients under their care. This is an annual event that is hosted on the first Wednesday after Valentine’s Day by the two organizations.