Garden clubs

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Alderwood Garden Club: North Creek Presbyterian Church, 621 164th St. SE, Mill Creek; Jeanne Bray, 425-743-2845.

American Rhododendron Society: Pilchuck Chapter meets at Marysville First Baptist Church, 4011 81st Place NE, Marysville; Wayne Lawson, 360-659-9218.

Arlington Garden Club: Boys and Girls Club Community Room; Tina Wilson, 360-435-8301, e-mail info@arlingtongardenclub.org. www.arlingtongardenclub.org

Boeing Employees Garden Club:Richard Fairfield, 425-377-8538, clubmailbegardenclub.org.

Camano Garden Club: Camano Country Club; Patti Peterson, 360-387-4315.

Cascade Cactus &Succulent Society: The Center for Urban Horticulture, Seattle. Eugene Collias, 206-633-5577.

Coupeville Garden Club: P.O. Box 835, Coupeville; Virginia Brown, 360-678-0898.

Down to Earth Gardeners: Camano Senior and Community Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island; LaLee Burrill, 360-387-3122.

Everett Garden Club: Memorial Community Church , 710 Pecks Drive, Everett; Ingrid Worthington, 425-252-6575.

Evergreen Chrysanthemum Association: Seattle Police Athletic Association Office, 11030 E. Marginal Way S., Tukwila. Joseph Pettigrew, 253-852-8796.

Evergreen Designers Guild: Lynnwood area; Betty Arnold, 425-741-5433.

Floretum Garden Club: Edmonds City Hall; Barbara Chase, 425-697-3552.

Green Thumb Garden Club: Martha Lake Community Center; Betty Arnold 425-741-5433 or Marie Waller 425-355-1397.

Greenwood Garden Club: Warm Beach Community Church, 9620 188th St. NW, Stanwood; Patricia Simmons, 360-652-4138.

Lynndale Garden Club: Good Shepherd Church, Lynnwood. Call Mae Wilson, 425-776-5307.

Mill Creek Garden Club: Mill Creek Country Club; Marla Nulph, 425-918-1669.

Monroe Garden Club: United Methodist Church; Linda Cline, 360-794-5851.

Mountlake Terrace Garden Club: Meets Library in Mountlake T errace; Jeff Crandall, 425-776-9147. www.mltgardenclub.com.

Mukilteo Way Garden Club: Meets at members’ homes; Lola Cohill, 425-349-2036, or Olivia Rose Getz, 425-355-1481.

Northshore Senior Center Garden Club: Northshore Senior Center. 10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell. Sharon Baker, 425-488-4470.

Pilchuck Fuchsia Society: Marysville Public Library, 6120 Grove Ave.; Shirley Rock, 360-652-8908.

Puget Sound Dahlia Association: Northlake Lutheran Church, 6620 NE 185th St., Kenmore, 425-836-4487 www.puget sounddahlias.org

Seattle Dahlia Society: Shoreline Senior Center, 18660 First St. NE, Shoreline. Tom Ball: 206-367-5647; Doris Hanson, 206-546-1522.

Snohomish County Dahlia Society: Legion Memorial Hall at Legion Park in Everett; Nancy Collins, 360-659-8687, or Danielle Parshall, 425-486-6163.

Snohomish Garden Club: Snohomish High School; Dorothy Fuhrman, 425-334-3881; dorothyfuhrman@hotmail.com.

Sno-King Fuchsia Society: Good Shepherd Church, 6915 196th St. SW, Lynnwood; Ted Koval, 360-794-5469 .

South Whidbey Garden Club: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 6309 S. Wilson Place; 360-341-2472.

Sultan Garden Club: Call for meeting location; Bill McCarthy, 360-799-1686.

Tri-Valley Rose Society: Weston High School, 4407 172nd St. NE, Smokey Point; Lorraine Karman, 360-403-8148.

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