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Kensington Garden Club Mission


Organized in 1955, the club operates exclusively on a nonprofit basis for charitable and educational purposes, and for the well-being of the community and public benefit. The Club promotes civic beauty, encourages improvement of public spaces, raises awareness of environmental concerns and advances the art of floral design and horticulture.


                                   We accomplish the club's mission through the active involvement of our members                                                                                      and the community's support of our fundraisers. 
Free Programs
We offer programs of interest
related to our mission

Civic Activities
We help create beautiful gardens in and around Berlin
We support town constituents and accept donations 
We award to a Berlin HS student majoring in a horticulture related 
We'll be under the Pavillion and you won't get wet if it rains!
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We'll be under the Pavillion so no worries about rain!

Club members are proud to support Friends of Worthington Ridge Meeting House in the endeavor that will help preserve history, beautify Berlin and provide a treasured meeting place! Visit the website for more information about this project that is led by an incredibly dedicated group of volunteers.

KGC is able to provide this donation thru the generous public support of our fundraisers. Thank you, Berlin citizens!

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Pictured Club Director Paula Archacki, Fiends Coordinator Lorainne Staub and Club Treasurer Debbi Wright

We are proud to announce that Michael Vignone is Kensington Garden Club’s 2022 scholarship award recipient!

Michael is currently studying at Penn State University, majoring in Horticulture. 

The scholarship is made possible thru fundraising and public support. The selected senior needs to display an interest in pursuing a career in Conservation, Environmental Control, Horticulture or similar fields of study. Selection is made based on academic achievement in the related fields and favorable instructor recommendations. Congratulations,                                                  Michael! 

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