Ingomar Garden Club rooted in community since 1946 |
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Ingomar Garden Club rooted in community since 1946

Ingomar Garden Club members Marie Kazmierczak, left, and Tess Swartz help Susan Auman of Middlesex during their annual plant sale May 11, 2019.
Kim Beal of Wexford checks out some plants during the Ingomar Garden Club plant sale May 11, 2019.
Elizabeth Bauer of McCandless stopped by the Ingomar Garden Club plant sale May 11, 2019.
People came out in support of the Ingomar Garden Club annual plant sale May 11, 2019.

The Ingomar Garden Club hosted its spring plant sale on May 11. This annual event was held on the corner of Ingomar Road and Route 19. The community came out to purchase hanging baskets, perennials, annuals, vegetables, garden crafts and more.

Ingomar Garden Club was established in 1946 and meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at St. John’s Church, 311 Cumberland Road, Pittsburgh.

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