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                                Members of the South Whidbey Nightcrawlers Garden Club pose for a photo on Janie Gabelein’s deck in June. The organization is celebrating its 38th anniversary.

Photo submitted Members of the South Whidbey Nightcrawlers Garden Club pose for a photo on Janie Gabelein’s deck in June. The organization is celebrating its 38th anniversary.

South Whidbey Nightcrawlers Garden Club turns 38

  • Friday, September 7, 2018 2:30pm
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The South Whidbey Nightcrawlers Garden Club turns 38 this month.

The club formed in 1980 with 12 members. The original committee included Janie Gabelein, Karen Jeffers, Alice Miller, Carol Spangler, Margaret Tagg and Pat Westling.

Today, the club has 25 members and continues to meet in members’ homes or restaurants.

The club has 10 meetings from September to June. The club continues to collect food for the Good Cheer Food Bank each year and donates to South Whidbey Schools Foundation and Good Cheer school gardens.

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