Thank you Montgomery from our President Dr. Tyna Davis

Dear Citizens of Montgomery:

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Montgomery Botanical Gardens, we thank you for your ardent support and participation in the celebrations in our Gardens at Oak Park for National Public Gardens Week May 13-19, 2019. The Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park joins more than 175 Gardens commemorating the week nationwide.

Montgomery went green, thanks to the RSA Center located at 501 Dexter Avenue, and offered 15 exciting events throughout the week. We had more than 500 visitors to the Montgomery Botanical Gardens for the sponsored events and the Celebration. We are growing with new additions to the Gardens weekly. The Lions are returning to the Gardens.

The work we do would not be possible without the generous support of our donors. We thank all of the individuals, corporations, clubs, organizations, and foundations that have supported and will continue to support us in the future.

Donors Mac and Kathie McLeod

Our Mission to develop a stellar botanical garden for inspiration, education, and enrichment, is fast becoming a reality. Our Vision is to be a Garden that embraces Montgomery’s future as a vibrant, diverse city with an exceptional quality of life for all who live in and visit Montgomery.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to each of you for helping us forge our vision into reality. Again, thank you for your continued commitment, dedication, and faithful support of the Montgomery Botanical Gardens.

Sincerely,

Dr. Tyna D. Davis, President
Montgomery Botanical Gardens

Members of the Borden Family on the glider dedicated to John and Winifred Borden.
Great Grandchildren of Dr. William Barton Crum:
Jack and Salley Boyer (children of John and Elizabeth (Crum) Boyer, Will and Louise Crum (children of William and Laura (Tyson) Crum of Montgomery.

Maggie Stringer, Jane McCarthy & new member and winner of the container flowers Sharon Stewart

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