Six new members of the Camden Garden Club joined board members at the home of Kris Mikkleson for coffee and refreshments on June 3. Pictured left to right are: Ceil King, Susan Neves, Debra Stokes, Dawna Pine, Teresa Morris and Pat Skaling who were introduced and warmly welcomed. The new recruits were able to learn more about the club and its activities while enjoying the lovely surroundings. Unfortunately Hope Angier and Pamela Mudge, also new members, were unable to attend. Top on the list of conversations was the 68th Annual House and Garden Tour which will take place on July 16, 2015. All garden club members are expected to serve as hostesses during this very important fundraiser, and this year’s tour will feature grand “cottages” from the earliest tours, historical exhibits and a craft boutique at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church on Chestnut Street in Camden. More information, and advance purchase tickets, are available on the club’s website www.CamdenGardenClub.com. Camden Garden Club is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and the contribution this organization has made to the local community has been recognized and commended on both local and state levels. Camden Garden Club is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine and National Garden Clubs, Inc.