• Jean Printz won the Massie Medal in 1991. She was also GCV President from 1980-1982?

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    The Rivanna Garden Club Documentary Celebrating our 90th Anniversay ~ as premiered on June15, 2012 Thank you to Lucy Huff for her inspiration and to Mark Edward for his creativity.

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    Presentation to the Roanoke Council of Garden Clubs by Rupert Cutler To Keep the Ban on Uranium Mining in Virginia, please go to this website and sign the petition. Click Here To find out who your state legislators are and their contact information, go HERE, type your name and address, and it will[...]

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    Rivanna Garden Club is delighted to announce that the Blue Ridge Juvenile Detention project is the winner of the Garden Club of Virginia's 2015 Common Wealth Award.

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    Rivanna Garden Club is delighted to announce that the Hatton Ferry project is the winner of the Garden Club of Virginia's 2011 Common Wealth Award Click Here for more information If you would like to see more on the Hatton Ferry, here is a link to a Community History series program that included a [...]

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    Rivanna Garden Club 90th Celebration History ~ 1922 to 2012

    VIEW IN PDF FORMAT INTRODUCTION In addition to Follow the Green Arrow, Volumes I and II, which chronicle The Garden Club of Virginia and its member clubs from 1920-1995, The Rivanna Garden Club is fortunate to have a previous history of its own, “Rivanna Garden Club History 1922-1962”, by Mrs. [...]

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    Rivanna Garden Club History of 1922 to 2006

    Thanks to several Albemarle Garden Club members, a second area garden club, the Rivanna Garden Club, was born Nov. 16, 1922 and admitted to The Garden Club of VA (GCV) two years later.  Twenty five years afterwards, Rivanna spearheaded creation of the Charlottesville Garden Club.   [...]

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    Excerpts from Follow the Green Arrow - The History of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1920-1970

    1920 – 1930 RIVANNA: When this second garden club in Charlottesville was formed November 16, 1922, “the guiding angels” were from Albemarle, Mrs. C. E. Blue and Mrs. J. S. Davis. Called Rivanna River Garden Club, it elected Mrs. Thomas Fawcus president. This history says: “Just when we [...]

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    Excerpts from Follow the Green Arrow Volume II - The History of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1970-1995

    1970 -1980 In a tax conscious decade, Rivanna Garden Club was proud when the Internal Revenue Service granted the club charitable status. The club celebrated its 50th anniversary with a Sentimental Journey in 1972 and sent a gift to the Kent-Valentine House. Club members serving with distinction on [...]

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