In their latest piece for the Laker/Lutz News, staff writer Mike Camunas reports on the 75th anniversary of the Dade City Garden Club, and all the good work it has done its community since it began. A robust nonprofit organization, the volunteers themselves make up a diverse group of gardeners, horticulturists, landscape designers, floral designers, ecologists and hobbyists.
“We have mothers, we have daughters, we have aunts, we have sisters, we have everyone,” said Mona Goossens, club president. “We have so many who are so into gardens and we have plenty who want to know more about gardens, and we have others that kind of look at gardens and they’re not as hands-on.
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