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For all TGC President's Report forms & District Director form, and Arbor Day Fund/Grant proposal please go to the AWARDS section of this site. For Seed for Life application go to the Projects page.

 

Money mouth See the Members Only section for information on the Ways & Means fund raiser shirts and vests for your club. Special offer when purchasing 6 of the same color!

 

2011 Annual Electronic Filing form for small exempt organizations-pdf

2011 Annual Electronic Filing form for small exempt organizations-Word

 

 

Below are the downloads for the Donation forms.

Donation Form -PDF

Donation Form -Word 

 

Information for Yearbooks:

Affiliations

2013-2014 Officers 


National Garden Clubs, Inc. -
www.gardenclub.org

President:  Linda Nelson

543 Lakefair Place N.Keiser, OR 97303

Theme:  "Making a World of Difference- Choices Matter"

Headquarters:

4401 Magnolia Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63110-3406

314-776-7574

headquarters@gardenclub.org 



South Central Region - 
www.gardencentral.org/scr

Director:  Nancy Voyles

2926 HWY 75Parkin, AR 72373

Theme: "Learning, Living, Leading"


 
Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. -
www.texasgardenclubs.org

President: Sarah McReynolds

1722 HWY 14 N

Groesbeck, TX 76642

Theme: "Changing Our World Through Education & Friendships"

TGC Project: Choices Matter

 

Headquarters:

3111 Old Garden Rd. 

P.O. Box 471291

Fort Worth, TX 76107-1267


817-332-6602  

tgcoffice@aol.com 


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District Themes: Based on our Conservation Pledge

 

"I pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of planet earth and promist to promote education so we may become caretakers of our air, water, land, forest and wildlife."

 

I       "Caring For Each Other"

 

II      "Growing Into The Future

 

III     "Show What You Grow"

 

IV    "Sharing And Mentoring For The Future"

 

V     "Plant A Seed To Grow, Preserve The Past, Embrace The Present,

         Plant A Seed For The Future"

 

VI    "Digging To Learn Through Friendship"

 

VII    "Choose Your Path & Make A Difference"

 

VIII   "Garden" Our Love, OUr Strenght, Our Future"

 

IX     "Favorite Greens"

 

X      "Through Education And Conservation, We Can Make A World Of Difference, 
          Let's Do It"

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ATTENTION CLUB PRESIDENTS 

Basic Information  

What is my club rating?
 

The club rating system is used within Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. --it is not recognized by National Garden Clubs.  Club ratings measure the quantity and quality of a club’s projects and activities. 

There are only two requirements for garden clubs to be members of Texas Garden Clubs, Inc.:
 
1. Hold regular meetings
2. Pay state dues

Green and Bronze rated clubs do not have to make a special application for their
respective ratings. 

A Green club has no special requirements beyond TGC membership. 

A Bronze club must hold at least seven programs annually; have one
authoritative speaker annually; publish a yearbook; have bylaws; and have annual informative display open to guests. 

To be a Silver or Gold rated club, the club must meet the requirements set forth in the TGC Awards Brochure (revised 2012) 
and make application every year.