Chesapeake Bay Garden Club
 Celebrating 60 Years in Reedville, Virginia

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Design Themes (refer to 2015-2016 club Yearbook for details)
Class I designs are listed below. Class II designs are any other design type described in the Handbook for Flower Shows
DESIGN SCALE OF POINTS for judging floral designs; page 303 in 'Handbook for Flower Shows' page 32-33 in CBGC 2012 Handbook. Or click here for Exhibit Rules and Scale of Points. 
Master Flower Show Judges: Rebecca Elston, Barbara Yinger
Accredited Flower Show Judges:  Dody Douglas, Sharon Lemke, Carol Medlin, Darlene Nelson, Lorraine Van Wickler
Student Judges: Carolyn King          
Flower Show School: Jerry Jenkins
Floral Exhibits
Chair: Kathie Truxall
Assistant: Dody Douglas
Contact Us
Flower Show School -- Flower Show School is for prospective flower show exhibitors and judges, as well as for garden club members and anyone interested in flower design. It is a series of four courses covering the principles of floral design and fundamentals of plant life. View National Garden Clubs' website for more information.
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April 26 General Meeting
"Everything But the Kitchen Sink" an Assemblage Design 
Design by Sharon S.
April Awards
Debbie Gillespie - Blue
Sharon Lemke - Blue
Sharon Stieber - Blue
Kathie Truxall - Red
​Barbara Yinger - Blue & Best in Show
April Floral Designs (click on a picture to view album)
Design by Barbara
Design by Debbie
Design by Kathie
Design by Sharon L
Design by Sharon S
Design Theme for June's General Meeting
 “Everything's Coming Up Roses”
Class I – A Traditional Design incorporating roses
Class II – Any other design type in the Handbook for Flower Shows
Traditional design in a pyramid form, incorporating Roses [from Designing By Types]
CBGC celebrates National Garden Week by putting spring flower arrangements in local banks and businesses! VIEW MORE...

CBGC celebrates National Garden Week by putting spring flower arrangements in local banks and businesses! ​[click on picture to view slide show]