In 2006, several property owners had a vision to start a pea patch garden. They thought the horse shoe pit behind the tennis court near the clubhouse would be sunny and was partially fenced.
The horse shoe pit was relocated to the North Beach (made sense to be in a picnic area) and several property owners had pancake breakfasts to raise funds for the new fencing. About half of the funds were raised that first Spring and the remainder raised by requiring a $50 first time fee and a yearly $25 fee, to pay for the cedar plank plot borders and the soil.
The second year we spread gravel because the area was muddy in the spring and added a bulletin board for communicating. Some people leave left over seeds for others to use pinned to the board, which is a nice surprise!
The garden, which we named “Garden of Weedin", has been a joy to many of us, providing fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, birds, and butterflies! Hope you can join us, drop by and take a look around late July and August when it is in full bloom!