April 14, 2021 – Zoom Meeting
COGC will only inform members of upcoming Zoom meetings details via email.
Southern California Vegetable Gardening
with Julie Bawden Davis
Learn the secrets to growing vegetables in SoCal’s unique gardening climate from local garden expert, Julie Bawden-Davis, author of Southern California Vegetable Gardening (Book 1 in the SoCal Year-Round Gardening Series). Southern California has one of the best gardening climates in the world for growing veggies. Julie will share secrets to successful veggie gardening in SoCal and discuss a few vegetables and their unique growing needs. Also get your veggie gardening questions answered.
EXPERTS WARN THAT HACKERS CAN USE ZOOM TO TAKE OVER YOUR COMPUTER
Virtual meeting rooms are susceptible to numerous digital threats—including hackers. Hackers have been hijacking video meetings and online classrooms on the popular software Zoom.
Tips for how to avoid getting hacked, including making meetings or classrooms on Zoom private and not sharing meeting links on social media. Posting links to our meetings on our website allows anyone who has access to the meeting link to join.
Therefore, COGC will only inform members of upcoming Zoom meetings via email.
Please do not share the meeting information with the general public. Share the information only with trusted individuals.
WOMEN’S CIVIC CLUB OF GARDEN GROVE
9501 Chapman Avenue, Garden Grove
7:00 pm – 7:30 pm – REFRESHMENTS
N – Z BRING GOODIES
7:30 – 8:45 pm – PROGRAM
8:45 pm – EXCHANGE TABLE Guests and visitors are always welcome! Refreshments are no longer to be consumed during the program due to the Women’s Club renovations. Please bring your own cups; it makes it easier for our refreshment person. Help is always needed before the meeting to set up and afterward for cleanup. All members are asked to pick up and stack their chairs at the end of the evening.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Exchange Table Information
Bring any plants, seeds, or magazines you would like to exchange with others. Those who bring exchange items will receive a ticket. After the meeting the numbers will be called to pick out an item. Any items remaining are then available to the rest of the members to take. Dorothy Cooper accepts donations for Second Harvest at every meeting. Bring canned food, fresh produce, or other items in original packaging. Please remember cereal for the youngsters.