The Two Downloadable Documents below are all you need to write Junior Gardener Awards

The Junior Gardener Awards are for all FFGC Clubs with Junior Gardener Clubs.

In order to apply for a Junior Gardener award you must register your Junior Garden Club first!

                           Junior Gardener Registration Form

Click here and Download  FFGC Junior Gardener Award Application, 2021-2023

Click here and Download FFGC Award Application for J-1 thru J-4

Category: Junior Gardeners/ Descriptions 

ALL APPLICATIONS WITH PHOTOS INCLUDING YOUTH UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST INCLUDE A SIGNED PUBLICATION RELEASE FORM FOR EACH YOUNG PERSON INVOLVED. 

FFGC Awards J-1 thru J-4  Due Date:  November 24, 2021.

Applicant must be a registered Junior Garden Club

Submit: Click here and Download Standard FFGC Award Application form, 2021-2023 

Submissions: for J-1 thru J-4           

Please note: J-2 is sent to Barbara May, Flower Show Consultant, 4521 Barclay Fairway, Wellington FL 33449  by November 30.

Please Note: J-10-- J-40 are Due to Jennifer Barber January 30.

FFGC J-1  JUNIOR DESIGN AWARD

Donors:  A) Royal Palm Garden Club, Ft. Myers    B) Joan Lasek

Description/Purpose: To recognize and award the best blue ribbon design exhibited by a junior gardener during the current award year in the Youth division of any NGC Standard Flower Show, or in any Youth Show adhering to National Garden Club standards.

Proof of Accomplishment: Complete the FFGC Awards Application and include two color photographs of the design exhibit. Include photocopies of the entry card and ribbon dated and signed by the flower show judges evaluating the design. The age and grade of the exhibitor should be indicated. Copy and paste an excerpt from the Flower Show Schedule that includes the section/class of the exhibit.

Submission:  Email FFGC Awards Application to  FFGC Awards Chairman, Gwen Carter, ffgcawardentry@gmail.com,  by November 24.

Award: An award of $25 may be offered in the following 

Classes:

A. Grades 3 and 4

B. Grades 5 and 6

Scoring based on: Neatness, Accomplishment of Purpose, Creativity, Adherence to NGC Standards, Appropriate documentation.


FFGC J-2 YOUTH FLOWER SHOW OR YOUTH SECTION OF AN ADULT STANDARD FLOWER SHOW    

Send FFGC Awards Application to Barbara May, 4521 Barclay Fairway, Wellington FL 33449 by November 30..    

Donors: A) Sandra Lynch  B) Cecelia H. Richardson  C) District VII Judges Council

$25 is offered in Classes A, B, and C. Entries winning in any of these classes will be sent to NGC for consideration of NGC Red Rosette.

A. Youth flower show held by one (1) NGC Youth club or Youth group, sponsored by an NGC member club.

B. Youth Flower show held by two (2) or more NGC Youth clubs or Youth Groups, sponsored by an NGC member club.

C. Youth participation in an adult Standard Flower Show.

Due: November 30,  2021

Submission: Send completed application to 

Send FFGC Awards Application to Barbara May, 4521 Barclay Fairway, Wellington FL 33449 by November 30.     


FFGC J-3   SCHOOL GROUNDS BEAUTIFICATION

Donors:  A) Garden Club of St. Petersburg, Inc.     B) Garden Club of St. Petersburg, Inc.

$25 is offered annually to a Junior Gardener Club for the greatest improvement in an established school yard or for contributions in the landscaping of a new school.

Photographs before, during and at the completion of work on the project will be required, along with a written account, a planting plan, and a list of materials used. It is the intention of this award to encourage Junior Garden Clubs, Scouts, 4-H groups, Future Farmers, and students to participate in the beautification of the school grounds of Florida.

Class:

A .Pre K-2nd grade class          B. 3rd-5th grade class


Submission: to FFGC Awards Chair, Gwen Carter, ffgcawardentry@gmail.com, by November 24.

Scoring based on: Neatness, Accomplishment of Purpose, Creativity, Adherence to NGC Standards, Appropriate documentation.

FFGC J - 4 Youth Horticulture Educational Award    (New)

Donor: Gwen Carter, Clermont

Description and Purpose:  To the overall winner of a Youth Garden Club, sponsored by a FFGC Garden Club, for the most significant effort in planting and growing horticulture in an outdoor area.  Participants may seek advice from any source but must do the actual gardening themselves.

Proof of Accomplishment:  Use FFGC Awards Application and report in narrative style. Entry should include:

1.     Size of Outdoor Area planted

2.     Names and Amount of Horticulture Planted

3.     Names and Amount of Horticulture Harvested

4.     Those Benefiting from Your Outdoor Garden

Category:

!.  Grades K-5                                 

An award of $25 is offered.

Submission: to FFGC Awards Chair, Gwen Carter, ffgcawardentry@gmail.com, by November 24.



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All award J-10 thru J-40 applications are sent to Junior Gardener Chairman:

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757 by January 30th

      *Please Note age divisions for Junior Gardeners has changed. 

Junior Gardeners are now Pre K (VPK) through 5th grade. 

6th grade has been promoted to Intermediate Gardeners.*

J-10 thru J-40 Awards Due Date: January 30

Applicant must be a registered Junior Garden Club or member of a registered Junior Garden Club

BASIC SCALE OF POINTS

Presentation: Neatness, Artistic Elements  .............................................................................................   20 pts.

Content: Accuracy of Depictions, Labels & Drawings, Comprehensiveness of work,

Evaluation of Goals reached ............................................................................................................  28 pts.

Achievement: Purpose in description achieved, Educational, NGC Standards Represented ................   25 pts.

Documentation: Clear well labeled, neatly attached, Required documentation when applicable,

Number of Photos, Number of Posters, Number of Words in report, correct format ...............................  27 pts.


Possible Final Score .............................................................................................................................  100 pts.


ENVIRONMENT

J-10 CLASSROOM PROJECT

Donor: A) Catherine Maher  B) Jeannie Ballentine  C) Linda Feifarek-Johnnson

Three awards of $25 each offered annually to the Junior Garden Club making the best group of environmental posters in each division. Computers may be used. Any environmental subject may be chosen by classroom leader/teacher. All club members are to be involved. Th size of poster should be 11 inches by 14 inches. Judged on the collective presentation of subject, content, originality, and neatness.

Class:   A. Pre-K – 1st grade          B. 2nd – 3rd grade          C. 4th – 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and group of posters to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-11  LITTER CONTROL POSTER

Donor: A) Davis Island Garden Club   B)  Davis Island Garden Club    C) Kathy Echevarria, Tampa GC

$25 is offered annually to the individual in each division making the best litter control poster.  The poster should be 11 inches by 14 inches.

Evaluation: See Basic Scale of Points

The forceful presentation of the litter control idea as interpreted will be given greater consideration than the artistry of the work.

Class:   A. Kindergarten - 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30 

Submission: Send completed application and poster to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,  6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-12  LAND TRUST ESSAY AWARD

Donors:  A) Pioneer GC  B) Jane Mills, Jensen Beach   C) Lola Duckworth

$25 is offered to a member of a Junior Garden Club in each division submitting the most outstanding essay on the subject “Save Land for Tomorrow.” The essay should be neatly written or typed.

Approximately 30 words for Kindergarten -1st grade; 60 words for grades 2nd - 3rd: 100 words for grades 4th - 5th   

Class:   A. Kindergarten - 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and essay to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-13  JUNIOR GARDENERS NATURE POSTERS AWARD, a group project.

Donor: A) Jasmine Garden Club   B) Linda Feifarek-Johnson  C) Jasmine Garden Club

$25 is offered for the best group of posters in each division on any nature subject. The poster size should be 11 inches by 14 inches.

Class Minimum:    A. 3 posters: Pre K - K     B. 4 posters: 1st-2nd grade     C. 5 posters:  3rd - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and group of posters to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-14  WATER CONSERVATION – Environmental Poster Contest

Donor: A) B) C)Tampa Federation of Garden Circles, Inc. 

Theme: “We Love Our Water – Let’s Save It”

Objective: To make children aware of the importance of water and the need to conserve it as a precious

resource. Children are to draw pictures illustrating how important water is in their lives and show the need to conserve it.

Poster Contest Rules:  1. Size of Poster – (11 inches by 14 inches)

2. Materials – crayons, markers, poster paints – (Bold colors are best.)

This is an individual award of $25 to a Junior Gardener in the following divisions.

Class:   A. Pre K - 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and poster to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J- 15  THE LOUISE ADAMS FOR WEKIVA YOUTH CAMP REPORT

Donor: A) Ingrid Velez   B)  Leslie Monitwid

An award of $25 is given for the best individual report on “My Week at Wekiva Youth Camp”.  The report should be simple, but informative, about learned and found information such as the description of nature walks, crafts or fun projects, sketches, pictures, pressed plant material, etc. 

Division A - 50 Words (approximately)         Division B - 100 Words (approximately)

              A. 3rd-4th grade                                           B. 5th - 6th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and individual's report to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,  6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J- 16  FIELD TRIP REPORT

Donor: A) Garden Club of DeLand  B)  District VII  C)  District VII

An award of $25 will be offered to the Junior Gardener in each division for the best report describing a field trip.  The report must be neatly written.  Points will be given for photographs, maps, wildlife information, drawings or pictures of horticulture native to that particular environment.

Virtual Field trips are also acceptable.  Please include the field trip location's name in the report.

Division A - 20 Words (approximately), Division B - 50 Words (approximately), Division C - 100 Words (approximately)

A. Pre K- 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and Field Trip report to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757

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HORTICULTURE

J-20  JUNIOR HORTICULTURE

Donor:  A) B) C) Gardening Consultants Council

An award of $25 will be offered annually to a Junior Garden Club in each division for the best work in horticulture.

RULES AND SUGGESTIONS: The leader of the unit will select a horticulture project for the year. They will see that the juniors participating are instructed and advised but that the project is the work of the students. The written report may be the work of one or several members of the unit. Pictures or drawings may be added to illustrate. PROJECT IDEAS: 1. Ways of propagating plants. Grow one plant (or plants) so propagated. 2. Insect friends and enemies of plants.  3. Identify twenty-fiveflowering plants.  4. A study of poisonous plants.

A. Pre-K - 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade  

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-21  POISONOUS PLANTS

Donor: A) Melbourne Garden Club, Inc.  B) Cissy Richardson   C) Jana Walling

$25 is offered for the best folder of poisonous plants native to the Southeastern United States, made by a Junior Garden Club in each division.  Material submitted must be done in color, showing characteristics, color of bloom (if any), shape of leaf, and where it is grown. 

Judging Considerations: neatness, accuracy in identifying parts of the plant to be avoided, and identification of the plant (color of bloom, where found, etc.)

Minimum:  3 plants for Division A;  5 plants for Division B:  7 plants for Division C.

A. Kindergarten - 1st grade      B. 2nd - 3rd grade       C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-22  PITCHER PLANT PRESERVATION

Donor: A) Sweet Bay Garden Club & Oleander Garden Club, in memory of Carolyn Whitmer    B) Judy Greenberg   C)  Judy Clark

$25 will be offered to a Junior Garden Club in each division that prepares the best folder of various drawings or colorings of specific pitcher plants. Each drawing or coloring should be done by different individuals in the unit so that all will learn about pitcher plants and their conservation.

Minimum: 3 plants for Division A;  4 plants for Division B;   5 plants for Division C.

A. Pre K - 1st          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-23  CHILDREN’S GARDENS

Donor: A) B) C) D) E) F) G) Palm Harbor Garden Club

On a sheet of poster paper (11 inches by 14 inches) paste a picture or pictures of your home garden with a story about why you like to garden and who interested you in beginning to garden. 

This is an individual award of $25 offered to a Junior Gardener in the following Divisions:

A. Pre-Kindergarten

B. Kindergarten

C. 1st grade

D. 2nd grade

E. 3rd grade

F. 4th grade

 G. 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and poster to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-24  WILDFLOWER FOLDER

Donor: A)  FL Wild Flower Foundation  B) C) D) E) F) G)  Sarasota Garden Club

An award of $25 will be offered to an individual member of a Junior Garden Club or a a Junior Garden Club in each division who compiles the best material and original drawings on wildflowers.  A brief description of the habitat: such as wetlands, uplands, or meadows should accompany the

drawings.

Minimum:  3 wildflowers for divisions A & B,  5 wildflowers for divisions C & D,  8 wildflowers for divisions E & F, 10 Wildflowers for Division G. 

Evaluation: Drawings of flowers, in color, showing botanical details (50); Correct botanical identification (family, etc.) (15); Layout of book, neatness, and artistic elements (15); Other important facts, location, time of blooming, use to man or animal (20)

A. Group Pre K

B. Individual K - 1st grade

C. Group K - 1st grade.

D. Individual 2nd - 3rd grade

E. Group 2nd - 3rd grade

F. Individual 4th - 5th grade

G. Group 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and drawings to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-25  NATIVE PLANTS

Donors: A) Jo Fleming, Clermont     B) Margaret Chodash     C) Jean Schneider

An award of $25 is offered to a Junior Gardener or Junior Garden Club who compiles the best material and original drawings or photographs on native plants in each division. A brief description of the habitat, such as wetlands, uplands, or meadows, food source for animals/insects and any other interesting information should accompany the drawings/pictures.

Judging Considerations: Drawings/Pictures of plants, in color, showing botanical details (50); Correct botanical identification (family, etc.) (15); Layout of book, neatness, and artistic elements (15); Other important facts, location, time of blooming (if applicable), use to man or animal (20).

Minimum:  3 plants for grades Pre K-1st, 5 plants for grades 2nd-3rd, 7 plants for grades 4th-5th.

 A. Pre K - 1st grade          B. 2nd - 3rd grade          C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and portfolio to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-26  NATIVE TREES OF FLORIDA

Donor: A) Janice Gage   B) Barbara Tourtelotte   C) Sue Angle

An award of $25 will be offered to a Junior Gardener for the best informational description and illustration of native trees of Florida. May include spatter prints, drawings, photographs of trees, leaves and/or bark, map of areas in Florida where the trees are known to grow, preferences as to soil or water, can it be grown in a garden or in public plantings, are the trees on conservation list or needing protection, and ways of propagating native trees.

Minimum: 1 tree for division A, 3 trees for division B, 5 trees for division C.

A. Pre K – 1st grade          B. 2nd – 3rd grade          C. 4th – 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-27  TREE AWARD

Donor: A) B) C) Garden Club of Tarpon Springs, Inc.  D) Lois Weber   E) K C Jeronimo   F) Joan Lasek   G) Carol Herdel   H) Jasmine Garden Club

“Why This Tree is Important to Me.” Paste a picture of yourself with your special tree on a sheet of poster paper (11 inches by 14 inches). Tell why this tree is important to you below the picture. Include the kind of tree and why it means so much to you, such as if you planted it, why, who helped you, or any other special reason. 

This is an individual award of $25 each to a Junior Gardener in each Division.

A. Pre K                     B. Kindergarten

C. 1st grade

D. 2nd grade

E. 3rd grade               F. 4th grade

G. 5th grade

H. 6th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and poster to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


ANIMAL

J-30  THE MARGARET Y. PACE BIRDS SEEN IN FLORIDA AWARD

Donor: A) Eileen M. Zebroski, Ponte Vedra Beach      B)  District 1   C)  District 1

An award of $25 will be offered to a Junior Gardener in each division for a folder on birds seen in Florida.  Judging Considerations: number of species, comparative size, correct information as to type of food, nesting habits, time of year seen, mannerisms, worthiness of protection, migration route and/or flyways, neatness, and artistic elements.

Minimum:  Division A - 3 Birds,     Division B - 5 Birds,     Division C - 7 Birds

A. Pre K – 1st grade          B. 2nd – 3rd grade          C. 4th – 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and folder to Junior Gardener Chairman:   

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,  6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-31  AQUATIC BIRDS IN FLORIDA

Donor:  A) Orlando Garden Club   B) JoAnn Guise   C)  Pat Carver   D) New Smyrna Beach GC   

     E) Jeanice Gage   F) Mina Bloodworth   G) Glenda Dawson

Six awards of $25 will be offered annually to a Junior Gardener in each division for a folder on Aquatic Birds of Florida.  Judging Considerations: number of species, correct information as to the type of food, type of body of water they are found, nesting habits, mannerisms, protection status and greatest environmental threat to livelihood.

Minimum:  Division A, B & C - 3 Birds,     Division D & E - 5 Birds,     Division F - 7 Birds

A. Pre K     B. Kindergarten     C. 1st  grade     D. 2nd grade     E. 3rd grade     F. 4th - 5th grade  

Evaluation: See Basic Scale of Points

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and folder to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,  6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-32  BUTTERFLY CONSERVATION FOLDER

Donor:  A) FFGC Environmental Consultants Council  B) Katie H. Smith  C) Jill Anderson  D) Christia "Li" Roberts  E) Pat Carver  F) Daisy Circle of Gainesville

$25 will be awarded annually to the Junior Garden Club in each division submitting the best descriptions, pictures, and information about Florida

butterflies.  Purpose of award is to instill an awareness of butterflies n the eco-system.

A. Pre K - K grade     B. 1st grade     C. 2nd grade     D. 3rd grade     E. 4th grade     F. 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-33  PROTECTING POLLINATORS AWARD

Donor:  A) District III     B) District III    C) Titusville GC    D) Sarah Crew   E) Karen Hall    F) Karen Hall  G) Mary Lou Ruiz  

$25 is offered annually to a Junior Garden Club in each division for the best collection of posters describing a minimum of 3 different kinds of pollinators found in Florida.  The posters should include a brief description of why pollinators are important and one way to protect them. The size of poster should be 11 inches by 14 inches. 

A. Pre Kindergarten          B. Kindergarten          C. 1st grade          D. 2nd grade

E. 3rd grade                      F. 4th grade                G. 5th grade              

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J- 34   REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS FOUND IN FLORIDA

Donor:  A) Valparaiso GC     B)  Mary Dipboye     C) Mary Dipboye

An Award of $25 is offered to the Junior Gardener in each division for compiling the best material on reptiles or amphibians in Florida.  It should include hand drawings, correct information as to habits, protection status, is it native, invasive a nuisance, etc., and be neatly and attractively presented.

Minimum:   Division A - 3 examples,              Division B - 5 examples          Division C - 7 examples

                   A. Pre K - 1st grade                    B. 2nd - 3rd grade                   C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:    

Jennifer Barber,  jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J- 35   GARDEN INSECTS FOUND IN FLORIDA

Donor: A) Diana Burgess   B) Joleen King    C) Inez Cone

An award of $25 will be offered to the Junior Gardener in each division submitting the best description and illustration of either helpful or harmful garden insects.  Entries should consist of hand drawings, the description of the insect characteristics and should be neatly and attractively presented.

Minimum:   Division A- 3 examples           Division B - 5 examples          Division C - 7 examples

                   A. Pre K - 1st grade                B. 2nd - 3rd grade                  C. 4th - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and materials to Junior Gardener Chairman:    

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,  6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-36  SHELLS IN FLORIDA

Donors: A) Bettie Lee Sundtrom   B) Mary Whisler   C) Carolyn Warren 

$25 will be offered to a Junior Gardener in each division for the best information, description, and illustrations and/or pictures of shells found in Florida. All materials should be presented securely in a Booklet. Judging Considerations: presentation, correct identification, knowledge of shells, artistic elements, and neatness.

A. Pre K – 1st grade          B. 2nd – 3rd grade        C. 4th – 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed 1 page application and booklet limited to 6 pages front side only to Junior Gardener Chairman: 

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com, 6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757


J-40  JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT

Donor: A) Manatee River Garden Club, Inc.    B) Barbara Hadsell  C) Carolyn Stevens

$25 will be awarded to a Junior Garden Club best achieving FFGC objectives in any one of the following:

A. Participation in Flower Show Design or Horticulture or participation in a workshop in design or horticulture and club projects including Arbor Day.

            A. Pre K - 2nd grade,          B. 3rd - 5th grade

B. Conducting conservation, clean earth programs and a Nature Study Picnic

            A. Pre K - 2nd grade           B. 3rd - 5th grade

C.  Contribute to a nature related organization with financial support, services or goods and create a club scrapbook of the club’s year-long activities including the actions supporting the nature related organization.

            A. Pre K - 2nd grade,          B. 3rd - 5th grade

Due: January 30

Submission: Send completed application and booklet of no more than 6 pages front side only to Junior Gardener Chairman:  

Jennifer Barber, jdrwho.3@gmail.com,6537 Sinisi Dr., Mount Dora, FL 32757



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