Westhampton Garden Club Members Join State Garden Group - 27 East

Westhampton Garden Club Members Join State Garden Group

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Westhampton Garden Club members at the FGCNYS annual meeting, top row, left to right, Nancy Lombardi, Kelly Bennett, Lovejoy Duryea, Christine Tiberg, Donna Sessa, Liz Schroeder, Barbara Pettus, and Maryann Hill; bottom row, Kathy Lomas, Donna Levy, Lynda Confessore, Joy Flynn, and Carol Nemeth. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON GARDEN CLUB

Westhampton Garden Club members at the FGCNYS annual meeting, top row, left to right, Nancy Lombardi, Kelly Bennett, Lovejoy Duryea, Christine Tiberg, Donna Sessa, Liz Schroeder, Barbara Pettus, and Maryann Hill; bottom row, Kathy Lomas, Donna Levy, Lynda Confessore, Joy Flynn, and Carol Nemeth. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON GARDEN CLUB

authorStaff Writer on May 29, 2023
Donna Sessa and Liz Schroeder of the Westhampton Garden Club were installed in leadership positions at the 98th annual Meeting of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, held... more

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