Geneva Garden Club Cookbook Wins National Award

"From Garden to Table" cookbook wins National Garden Club's first place.

The Geneva Garden Club is earning national recognition.

The club's cookbook, From Table to Garden, just won the National Garden Club's First Place Award—the top honor in a nationwide competition. 

To date the cookbook has sold 950 copies with $19,000 of generated revenue and a $9,000 profit to the Garden Club. Cookbooks are available for purchase at a cost of $20 by calling Julie at 630-208-7102.

The Geneva Garden Club is open to all persons interested in the work of the Club.  For a schedule of upcoming events and further information on Club activities, please visit the Garden Club website at www.genevagardenclub.com.

Established in 1928, the Geneva Garden Club takes pride in its continued mission to advance home gardening, community beautification and horticultural education.

Today the Geneva Garden Club proudly supports the , the , the , Arbor Day, high-education scholarships and the .


In the attached photo: Geneva Garden Club President Julie Maturo (center) shows off the National Garden Club's First Place Award presented recently to the Geneva Garden Club. The cookbook was an overall nationwide winner.

Pictured holding copies of The Geneva Garden Club National Award Winning Cookbook "From Garden to Table" are co-editors Ginny Dushney (left) and Annette Barnes (right).  

Justin Eggar February 04, 2012 at 08:29 PM
Congratulations to Geneva's Garden Club! Katlyn and I had the opportunity to meet Julie at the Big Fish Grill a while back and think she's great. We'll need to pick up a copy... it's a good cause, and I'll be honest, I bet those recipes will be delicious.


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