The year 2020 has been challenging for the Covington Woman’s Club of GFWC (General Federation of Womens Clubs).
The club members decided to have a Virtual Garden Tour, and with the help of several local gardeners and organizations, it has come to fruition.
The cost to view the tour is $12 and 100 percent of the profits will benefit local food pantries.
To sign up, please visit https://shoplocalalleghany. com/vendor/cwc. You may pay by check or PayPal or credit card.
Follow the prompts and give the email address that you would like the tour link sent to.
Please allow 24 hours for the link to be registered to the email.
Tour locations include The Gardens at Glencairn, Valley Ridge, grounds at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, Jim and Christine Hodges’ garden in Falling Springs, Rosedale Azaleas and More, Clearwater Park Gardens, Bonnie and Mike Keyser’s gardens, Andy and Elizabeth Dreszer’s Garden, Blue Spring Run Farm, and Anne Mcmennamy’s Garden.
About the Covington Woman’s Club
Organized in 1931, the Covington Woman’s Club has provided volunteer service to the community in many ways.
They have contributed to scholarship funds, the Highlands Christmas Mother program, Friends of the Alleghany Highlands Regional Library, 4-H Camp, Salvation Army, Project Lifesaver at the Alleghany County Sheriff’s Office, RADAR Bus, art departments in local schools, After-Prom parties, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership events, Local Office on Aging, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Roadrunner Cubby, Safehome Systems, Inc., and the Alleghany Highlands YMCA.
The Covington Woman’s Club continues to partner with the Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, The Alleghany Foundation and Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension.
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