Garden Therapy

September 2021 TWGC created 20 cup arrangements and delivered them to Bayview Nursing Home.

TWGC volunteers planted vegetables, herbs (and flowers!) for the residents at Riverpoint Crest. The kitchen will use the vegetables and herbs for the residents all season! Fresh salsa anyone?

Garden Therapy

Trent Woods Garden Club volunteers delivered 20 birthday nosegay bouquets to Good Shepard Home in New Bern.  Due to Covid-19 restrictions, TWGC is unable to visit with the residents at this time.  Instead TWGC delivering nosegay bouquets to residents with birthdays during the month and additional arrangements for the staff and other residents to enjoy. 

Creating the nosegays were Marcia Sproul, Kathy Perratta, Frances Eder Paula Hartman and Deb Tallman.

The Birthday Angels for Garden therapy December 2020 were Kathy Perretta, Sue Wyatt, Mary Florence and Marcia Sproul.  They made Birthday floral arrangements for four residents of Brookdale Assisted Living as well as 24 Christmas cup  bouquets to distribute to other residents to brighten their holiday season.

Garden Therapy November 2020

Croatan Village

Gail McLamb and her committee were busy creating 25 arrangements for Croatan Village residents with November birthdays and all residents and staff to enjoy! Looks like these lovely ladies had a wonderful time!

Carol Letellier delivering 160 floral arrangements to the Senior Services Activity Director Ellen Hargett and Hugh Kirkman from Housekeeping.

Working hard to create 160 floral offerings were: Lydia Ashe, Carol Letellier, Kathy Perretta, Mary Boudreault, Arline North, Eileen Griswold, Paula Hartman and Sue Wyatt.

On President’s Day, TWGC members went to Homeplace.  While there, they assisted residents in making red, white and blue floral arrangements in china cups for their individual rooms.  A past TWGC president, Peggy Campbell Glynn,  who was our leader in 1992-1993. is a resident at Homeplace.  Peggy was a flower show judge and has taught classes and won blue ribbons for her beautiful designs over the years.   After we finished flower designs we treated the residents to cookies, juice and had an old-fashioned sing-along.  Bill Wyatt (husband of member Sue Wyatt) led the singing accompanied on his guitar. Each resident was given a small flag in honor of the day and thoroughly enjoyed our morning with them.

Garden Therapy is one of the favorite programs at TWGC. Every month a group of members visits a local nursing home. TWGC brings flowers and plants that the residents make into a keepsake for their rooms. Refreshments are offered and a sing a long spreads cheer to volunteers and residents alike.

October 14, 2019
TWGC lead by Hostess Carol Letellier created 125 nosegays to be distributed to Meals on Wheels clients.
Photo from Left to Right: Paula Hartman, Sylvia Cotton, Marcia Sproul, Sue Wyatt, Frances Eder, Carol Letellier, Cathy McCallister, Debbie Durham, and Dixie Howard.
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