The beautiful garden at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua was planned in 1999, when the Nashua Garden Club,
under the presidency of Dorothy McQuade, was asked by the Humane Society to beautify its grounds for their
Centennial Celebration in the year 2000. Using generous donations from area merchants, Nashua Garden Club
members planned and planted a lovely garden in front of the Humane Society building.
In 2010, a granite plaque was erected at the Humane Society to commemorate the 10th year of the Nashua Garden Club
maintaining the garden. Judy Hemenway and Jean Wells of the NGC procured the donation of the stone from Gate City
Monument. President Lois Scotto and VP Ann Barker were also present at the dedication, along with Natalie Doyle
of the Humane Society.
Ongoing maintenance is provided by the members of the Nashua Garden Club in appreciation of the Humane
Society's years of giving to the animals in the greater Nashua area.
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