One of the purposes of the Shrewsbury Garden Club is to carry out projects contributing toward the beautification of the town of Shrewsbury. To that end, we plant and maintain flower beds at the intersection of Main and Maple, at the Town Hall, and in addition we sponsor the “Adopt-a-Plot” program and encourage and reward businesses and residents to beautify Shrewsbury with our “Iris Award “for Community Beautification.
Our Adopt-A-Plot program has been very successful thanks to our Community Projects Committee. The following is a list of current locations and participants. If you are interested or know anyone who would like to get involved please contact us through the Contact Us link. Thanks to all SGC members and residents for their time and efforts to make our community more beautiful.
|Shrewsbury Historical Society Sign Shrewsbury Historical Society
Jordon Pond Walking Path Entrance Nancy Thomas, Judy Polito
Main and Maple Islands Shrewsbury Garden Club
Dean Park Pond Site Available
Prospect Park Entrance. Tufts Vet. Green Team
Senior Center. Shrewsbury Credit Union
Town Hall War Memorial Monument Gail Aslanian
Gauch Park Monument. Lake Quinsigamond Watershed Assoc.
Gauch Park Rain Garden. Lake Quinsigamond Watershed Assoc.
Island at Hollman and Prospect Melissa Misiewicz, Nicolas Vea
Walter Johnson Veterans Square Jane Umphrey, Alison Gray Ricker
Lake Street Inner Circle (SAC Park) Available
Hillandro Park Sign Lisa Arcabascio and Don Nelson
Dean Park Horse Trough Kerry Holly, Marcia Arnold
Dean Park Spring Street Entrance. Available
Dean Park School Street/Main Entrance Available
Fragrant Garden at Town Hall Shrewsbury Garden Club
Islands at 140 and Prospect Streets Chiampa Funeral Home
Entrance to Francis Gardens. Available
Town Hall Entrance Signs Joyce Abdow-Dowd
Post Office Beds and Flag Pole Box. Paul DePalo
Mountain View Cemetery Entrance Barrels. Town of Shrewsbury
Joseph McGarry Square Kristen Lynch and Family