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Tag Archives: Garden reconstruction fund

Cummer Amelia: Year in Review

Jul

12

WRITTEN BY: SAMANTHA AHNEN, MARKETING INTERN Cummer Amelia is celebrating more than 10 years of dedicated service to the Cummer Museum. The group’s focus is to connect Nassau County residents to the Museum’s mission of engaging and inspiring through arts, gardens, and education. This year, Cummer Amelia experienced record-breaking attendance, increased volunteer support, new sponsors, […]

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Donor Highlight – Sally Barnett and Mary Watson and the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program

Jun

26

Since 2014 Sally Barnett and Mary Watson have spent hundreds of tireless hours dedicated to the success of bringing The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days to Jacksonville each year.

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The Art & Architecture Tour and 4 Feat for Restoration: Donors Find Unique Ways to Give Back to the Museum

Apr

04

The Cummer Museum is blessed to have so many passionate advocates in our community, including donors, volunteers, and members. This quarter, we are highlighting the great work of longtime supporters who fit into all three categories: Kenyon Merritt and the team at Richard Skinner & Associates. As volunteer fundraisers, both found inspired ways to combine their passion for the Museum with their outside interests in a way that amplified their institutional impact.

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