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The Acton Garden Club supports
through membership the following organizations:

Friends of the Acton Arboretum
Arnold Arboretum
Massachusetts Horticultural Society
New England Wildflower Society, (Garden in the Woods)
Worcester Horticultural Society, (Tower Hill Botanic Garden)

Privileges available to Acton Garden Club Members

Course Discounts: Garden in the Woods
Free passes to: (contact the President for these passes): Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Arnold
Arboretum Garden in the Woods
Discounts at various local nurseries
Dependent on the availability of funds in the Jenks Garden account,
a small reimbursement of tuition maybe available to members enrolled
in any of the Garden Club Federation of MAs' Study Schools.
They include: Environmental Studies
Flower Show School
Gardening Study School
Landscape Study School
A passing grade must be received and submitted for reimbursement to the Acton Garden Club Treasurer within six months of class completion


Acton Memorial Library
Garden in the Woods Pass

Plant Donations
Acton Arboretum
Acton Conservation Area Trails
Goward Playground
Elm Street Playground
Acton Schools

The perpetual care of the historic gardens:
Acton Arboretum Herb Garden
Meeting House Hill - Daffodil Run
Meeting House Hill - Wildflower Garden

Jenks Educational Endowment

The Janet Bubier Miniature Flower Show Award
The Acton Garden Club has established a Federation award of an engraved silver bowl in memory of Janet Bubier, herself a Federation judge and a creative designer with a special interest in miniatures. This award will be presented annually to a flower show in Massachusetts which displays the greatest creative interpretation of a ‘small’ or ‘miniatures’ section.

In 2014, the silver bowl and a Certificate of Merit were awarded to Southeastern District Design & Horticulture Study Group for “The Creative Process.”

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