Lewisburg House and Garden Club meets

Cemetery Preservation - Judy Deegans (left) of Lewisburg House and Garden Club introduced Morgan Donnally Bunn and her daughter Kate and Peggy Brown, program chairman and vice president of Lewisburg House and Garden Club. Bunn described the proper cleaning of head stones for preservation in the Old Stone Cemetery and showed before and after photos of the cleansing she has done in the historic cemetery. Members of her family - Hugh and Rebecca Donnally are buried in  the Old Stone Cemetery, and the 1904 house on Washington Street was owned by the Donnally family where Judy and Skip Deegans now reside.  Bunn’s grandfather Hugh Donnally lived in the home when he attended school at GMS as a youngster. Members were invited by Bunn to join Friends of Old Stone Cemetery at the Club meeting held Aug. 26, at the home of Polley Cunningham of Lewisburg.
Cemetery Preservation – Judy Deegans (left) of Lewisburg House and Garden Club introduced Morgan Donnally Bunn and her daughter Kate and Peggy Brown, program chairman and vice president of Lewisburg House and Garden Club. Bunn described the proper cleaning of head stones for preservation in the Old Stone Cemetery and showed before and after photos of the cleansing she has done in the historic cemetery. Members of her family – Hugh and Rebecca Donnally are buried in the Old Stone Cemetery, and the 1904 house on Washington Street was owned by the Donnally family where Judy and Skip Deegans now reside. Bunn’s grandfather Hugh Donnally lived in the home when he attended school at GMS as a youngster. Members were invited by Bunn to join Friends of Old Stone Cemetery at the Club meeting held Aug. 26, at the home of Polley Cunningham of Lewisburg.

President Townley Hamilton announced the Sunflower Contest at Lewisburg Elementary School would be held at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 18, and asked for volunteers to assist in measuring the sunflowers. Students are reminded to gather their sunflowers for this annual contest.
The Greenbrier District Meeting of West Virginia Garden Club is slated for Friday, Oct. 9, at 9 a.m. at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church, and President Hamilton stated the speaker would be Troy Holbrook on “Bees,” and the State Garden Club President would be in attendance. Lunch will be provided by the Church Ladies Auxiliary. Reservations are due by Sept. 23 meeting at the home of Peggy Brown.
Members present were: Feona Gore, Susan Ernst, Sue McKinney, Barbara Tuckwiller, Carol Olson, Judy Deegans, Polley Cunningham, Pat Wingo, Rebecca Gaujot, Joan Tuckwiller, Townley Hamilton, Peggy Brown, Marit Withrow and Susan Harkness.

 

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