The VI District of the FGCNYS includes
Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Tioga and Tompkins Counties 
with approximately 900 members.
For County Chairs, Garden Clubs and their Presidents, links to garden clubs  in our district, and  a link to the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, please go to the  "WEBSITES" page.

Club Presidents and Membership Chairs

Where do those FIVE copies of  your membership list go?

Each year your Club receives a copy of your updated membership list from FGCNYS. You are requested to edit the membership list with additions, corrections, and deletions. 
NOTE: Remember that new member information must also go to these people.

Copy 1: Forward to the state offices with your Club’s State dues to: FGCNYS, 21A Brookedge,
Guilderland, NY 12084-9110.  
Check made out to FGCNYS, Inc.

Copy 2: Forward with your Club's District dues to:  Anne Marie Ramirez, VI District Treasurer, 4162 Fox Lane, Cazenovia, NY 13035-9543.
Check made out to VI District, Inc.  

Copy 3: Forward copy to VI District Director: Tony Antes, 545 Conklin Forks Rd., Conklin, NY 13748-1631

Copy 4: Membership list (used to create Memoranda list) sent to: Pauline Ireland, Mailing / Database, 3845 Rippleton Rd. Cazenovia, NY 13035-9608

Copy 5: Please keep for your records.

Questions? Electronically by EMail to Pauline Ireland at 
Welcome to the VI District Website of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State 
VI District Officers for 2017 - 2019
District Director - Anthony Antes
1st Assistant for Programs - Linda Kabelac
2nd Assistant Director for State Fair - Joy Coletta
3rd Assistant Director for Memoranda - Glenda Pugh
Recording Secretary - Susan Hayden
Corresponding Secretary - Judy Heath
Treasurer - Anne Marie Ramirez
Assistant Treasurer - Evelyn Baldwin
National Garden Club 
FLOWER SHOW SCHOOLS, a four part General Course of Study
 for Garden Club Members, Flower Show Exhibitors, future Judges
 as well as those interested in Horticulture and Floral Design
• Horticulture Curriculum The horticulture curriculum consists of basic general information on proper gardening techniques from seed / plant selection to plant culture and control of problems. Information is also presented on cultural needs of specific perennials, annuals, trees and shrubs, as well as fruits, vegetables and nuts and how to grow superior container plants.

• Design Instruction  Design instruction covers traditional floral arrangements through contemporary styles and even designs incorporating lights and motors. Many attendees are particularly interested in table setting designs showing coordination of floral centerpiece, linens and dishes. Vignettes, small segments of rooms, also give ideas on interior decorating. 

Please sign up NOW 
We need to show the NYS Federated Garden Clubs there is sufficient interest before proceeding with dates and other details.

Possibly Summer 2018?

Sponsored by VI District Judges Council

II If you have comments and/or questions,
Contact Nancy Haswell -