Landscape Design Consultants’ Council of South Carolina
The Landscape Design Consultants’ Council of South Carolina (LDCCSC) currently has forty-two members who are National Garden Club (NGC) accredited landscape design consultants and thirteen Emeritus and Associate members. Our objectives include promoting the natural beauty of our state through continued study of landscape design with lectures, workshops, shared experiences and tours of public and private landscapes. Spring 2018 Newsletter
The LDCCSC meets for a program, tour, and business meeting twice yearly. The fall meeting September 22, 2017 was at the Santa Elena History Center, Beaufort.
Our LDCCSC Spring meeting is very important and one I’m sure you will not want to miss. Karen Prewitt, our Vice President and program/tour chairman has planned a great program, garden tour and lunch in Camden. A detailed description of the Spring LDCSC tour and meeting is attached. Please open the attached document for the details. Highlights of the meeting are :
Date and time: March 23, 9:30 am – lunch
Location: Camden Historical Society and Archives, 1314 Broad Street
A brief meeting will be held to elect 3 members to serve on the nominating committee (please come with names of those you would like to nominate for this important committee)
A Power point presentation “Cultivating Camden Style: Camden’s Grand Gardens” by Katherine Richardson, Director of The Camden Historical Society. A Guided tour of three private gardens in Camden (see the attached for descriptions of each garden). Lunch at Springdale Hall Club – a private club in Camden, Cost – $28.07 per person including buffet lunch, service and taxes – check should be made out to Karen Prewitt and mailed to 33 Hasell Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Contact Karen Prewitt for reservations at 843-607-7772 or email@example.com
Reservations due by Feb. 14
As a Council, we grow, learn and serve together. We sponsor GCSC award #23 for Landscape Design projects completed and applied for by Garden Clubs in SC.
NGC Landscape Design Schools are a series of four courses offered in most states throughout the country. NGC Landscape Design School Course 4 will be offered in January 2019. With the successful completion of all four LDS courses, a Garden Club member earns the status of Active Landscape Design Consultant. The LDS courses do not have to be taken in order, so you may begin with Course 4 next January. After the completion of two courses you may become a provisional member of LDCCSC.
For more information about LDCCSC contact: Mary Alice Hall, LDCCSC President at firstname.lastname@example.org and for information and registration for LDS contact Susan Epstein, School Chairman at email@example.com or Kathy Wade, Credentials Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Fall Visit to Santa Elena By The SC Landscape Design Consultants Council