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Stepping Stones Garden Club

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Stepping Stones Garden Club



A flower is an educated weed
Mission

The purpose of this club shall be to further an interest in growing and arranging plants; to serve the general community; to assist with the development of projects of conservation of natural resources, and to encourage civic beautification.

Description

The Onaway's Stepping Stone's Garden Club meets the third Tuesday of the month at the Methodist Church (3647 North Lynn Street, Onaway, Michigan 49765). For more information please contact the Methodist Church at (989) 733-8811.

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Thursday, July 13, 2006
 
 
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