Submitted by Janet Galloway

The Magnolia Garden Club recently completed installation of a butterfly garden on the grounds of Amity House, the Glynn Community Crisis Center’s shelter for victims of domestic violence. The garden was made possible by a matching grant from the Garden Club of Georgia. The Garden Therapy Grant Fund was established by the Garden Club of Georgia to encourage local garden clubs to actively participate in garden therapy projects in their communities.

Along with funding from the Magnolia Garden Club, supplies and materials for the garden were also provided by Home Depot, Dave’s Nursery and Scott’s Inc.

Pictured are Leslie Hall, lead house manager for Amity House, from left, April Hann, president of Magnolia Garden Club, Dottie Bromley, executive director of the Glynn Community Crisis Center.

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