The Camden Garden Club will hold its next meeting Monday at Proctor Hall.
It was originally scheduled at the home of club president Catherine French, but due to unfinished construction work, the decision was made to move the location.
Carolina Wildlife Center Rehabilitation Director Anne Palyok will discuss the importance of establishing harmony between humans and wildlife while instilling an appreciation for nature.
Each month members are encouraged to bring in specimens from their own gardens, and make arrangements to be judged for the year end awards. The suggested theme is "Birds and Berries."
They may use fresh or dried material and may consider a Valentine-themed container or bird ornament. Last month the participation was spectacular and the judges table was packed full of both specimens and arrangements. The judges this month are sure to have their work cut out for them.
Amy Cantey will be the chairman, and she will have lots of help from Fair Ariail, Elizabeth Fort, and Marilyn Kohn.
After the program and a brief meeting the members will relax and enjoy the delicious spread provided by Lee Walker, chairman, Di DuBose, Mary Elizabeth Boykin, and Sandy Shull.