We Want Your Feedback!

Rooted in 11 months of community engagement, more than 4,500 completed surveys, and hundreds of written comments, this draft plan is a direct result of feedback from the community, local collaborators and subject matter experts regarding the park’s use, design, and amenities. Preservation of the park’s tree canopy, open green space, and historic integrity are top priorities and have guided every step of the process.

Virtual Community meetings to present the draft plan and answer questions were held on September 14 at 2:00pm and 6:00pm.  Scroll down to view the draft plan and share your comments.  Click the icons on the plan to view details.

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Deadline For Comment September 30.

Informational Sessions in the park
September 18 – 10:00am – 2:00pm
September 25 – 10:00am – 2:00pm

Draft Plan 2109141
Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park Dedicated Bike and Pedestrian Lanes on Expanded Perimeter Sidewalk Open Lawn Open Lawn Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park Bathrooms Bathrooms Playground with Water Play Rotary Playground Stage Gathering Spaces Gathering Spaces Gathering Spaces Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Basketball Courts Tennis Courts New Monument Enhanced Entrance on South End Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Parking Parking Maintenance Shed Tree Protection Fragrant Garden Shade Garden Children's Garden Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming

Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park

The Master Plan will identify appropriate fixtures for each area of the park to unify the overall aesthetic and provide adequate lighting for safety and to accommodate the various uses of the park. Fixtures will be historically appropriate, energy efficient and sensitive to the night sky.

Dedicated Bike and Pedestrian Lanes on Expanded Perimeter Sidewalk

Separating bikes from pedestrians was the second most requested feature by the community. The existing perimeter sidewalk along Whitaker, Drayton and Park Ave. will be expanded to accommodate cyclists, joggers and pedestrians. A team of arborists has inspected each tree along the perimeter to ensure that they are all adequately protected. The sidewalk along Gaston Street is wide enough to accommodate the separation of uses.

Open Lawn

The community overwhelmingly asked that the amount of green space in the park be preserved as much as possible to allow open space for adults and children alike to engage in both active and passive uses.  The draft master plan preserves the open lawns in their current configuration and size.

Open Lawn

The community overwhelmingly asked that the amount of green space in the park be preserved as much as possible to allow open space for adults and children alike to engage in both active and passive uses.  The draft master plan preserves the open lawns in their current configuration and size.

Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park

The Master Plan will identify appropriate fixtures for each area of the park to unify the overall aesthetic and provide adequate lighting for safety and to accommodate the various uses of the park. Fixtures will be historically appropriate, energy efficient and sensitive to the night sky.

Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park

The Master Plan will identify appropriate fixtures for each area of the park to unify the overall aesthetic and provide adequate lighting for safety and to accommodate the various uses of the park. Fixtures will be historically appropriate, energy efficient and sensitive to the night sky.

Bathrooms

The top priority identified during community engagement was the addition of bathrooms on the south end of the park. The draft plan recommends bathrooms on the southern end including appropriate security and maintenance. The existing bathrooms would remain open to the public.

Bathrooms

The top priority identified during community engagement was the addition of bathrooms on the south end of the park. The draft plan recommends bathrooms on the southern end including appropriate security and maintenance.  The existing bathrooms would remain open to the public.

Playground with Water Play

A playground with a water feature was in the top 5 amenities requested by the community, and introducing a playground on the southern end of the park was in the top 10. The draft plan recommends this playground be buffered from the street by the tree lawn, trees and shrubs at the border of the park and a new gathering space with seating. It will be fenced and include a non-skid surface, water feature, and offer a socially interactive experience for children of all ages and abilities.

Rotary Playground

The playground in this location will remain unchanged and will continue to be maintained by the Rotary Club of Savannah.

Stage

The community expressed a strong desire for more events in the park such as music and theatrical performances. The existing stage is no longer adequate to support the types of events and level of talent the community desires. The southern end of the proposed new stage will be located at the southern edge of the existing splash pad and will not further encroach on the open lawn.  The stage will be designed and constructed based on the most current technology and on input from City staff and organizations that host events in the park. The stage will include a sound dampening feature to minimize sound traveling into the surrounding neighborhoods.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Basketball Courts

New basketball courts will be installed west of their current location, just north of the well in the south-west corner of the park. The courts will be screened and a buffer zone of trees and other vegetation will surround them to dampen noise from the courts and to make them more aesthetically pleasing from the exterior.  Additional sound buffering will be placed between the courts and the new playground to the east.

Tennis Courts

The tennis courts will remain in the current location. They will be resurfaced and screened by a buffer zone of trees and other vegetation to make them more aesthetically pleasing from the exterior.

New Monument

The community has expressed a strong desire for an additional monument in the park. The Master Plan draft recommends a new monument be located in the central allee between the Civil War Memorial and the southern entrance to the park.  The Master Plan will not identify the subject matter of this new monument; the design of the monument will be a separate City-led project.

Enhanced Entrance on South End

While the entrance into the park on the north end offers the iconic view of the fountain and oak tree allee to welcome visitors, the entrance at the southern end is not well defined.  The Master Plan recommends reimagining this entrance with enhanced landscaping to improve aesthetics and deter cycling on the central axis.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Parking

The strong preference of the community feedback was to keep the parking in the same location. The draft Master Plan recommends that the lots be improved by replacing the asphalt with permeable pavers, enhanced plantings, and improved lighting.

Parking

The strong preference of the community feedback was to keep the parking in the same location. The draft Master Plan recommends that the lots be improved by replacing the asphalt with permeable pavers, enhanced plantings, and improved lighting.

Maintenance Shed

The Greenscapes Division currently has no on site facilities to house equipment and manage trash. The Master Plan recommends building a small maintenance shed to house 2 small utility vehicles and trash receptacles. The use of smaller vehicles in the park will eliminate the need for large trucks to drive or park within the park boundaries.

Tree Protection

Preserving, protecting and planning for the future of the tree canopy in the park has been a top priority of the planning team. Every recommendation in the Master Plan has been vetted with the city’s Greenscapes Division and Urban Foresters, The Savannah Tree Foundation and the Park and Tree Commission.  The live oaks flanking the central allee between the southern entrance and the Civil War Memorial are suffering due to increased traffic over the roots over the past decade.  To protect these trees, the draft master plan recommends a variety of solutions from air-spading to protecting the roots with crushed stone, to specified set-up locations for Farmers' Market vendors so that further damage is not caused.

Fragrant Garden

The draft plan recommends this popular feature of the park be restored and replanted. Also recommended are making the garden ADA accessible and extending the hours it is open.

Shade Garden

The landscaping throughout the park will be enhanced including the area west of the Fragrant Garden which will be planted with shade-loving plants.

Children's Garden

A children’s garden was among the top 10 amenities requested by the community. The garden will be located near the center of the park and provide educational and sensory activities for children of multiple ages, for example, teaching about native plants, sustainability, and pollinators.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Draft Plan Vertical 2109141
Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park Dedicated Bike and Pedestrian Lanes on Expanded Perimeter Sidewalk Open Lawn Open Lawn Bathrooms Bathrooms Playground with Water Play Rotary Playground Stage Gathering Spaces Gathering Spaces Gathering Spaces Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Stormwater Gardens Basketball Courts Tennis Courts New Monument Enhanced Entrance on South End Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Traffic Calming Parking Parking Maintenance Shed Tree Protection Fragrant Garden Shade Garden Children's Garden

Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park

The Master Plan will identify appropriate fixtures for each area of the park to unify the overall aesthetic and provide adequate lighting for safety and to accommodate the various uses of the park. Fixtures will be historically appropriate, energy efficient and sensitive to the night sky.

Enhanced Lighting Throughout Park

The Master Plan will identify appropriate fixtures for each area of the park to unify the overall aesthetic and provide adequate lighting for safety and to accommodate the various uses of the park. Fixtures will be historically appropriate, energy efficient and sensitive to the night sky.

Dedicated Bike and Pedestrian Lanes on Expanded Perimeter Sidewalk

Separating bikes from pedestrians was the second most requested feature by the community. The existing perimeter sidewalk along Whitaker, Drayton and Park Ave. will be expanded to accommodate cyclists, joggers and pedestrians. A team of arborists has inspected each tree along the perimeter to ensure that they are all adequately protected. The sidewalk along Gaston Street is wide enough to accommodate the separation of uses.

Open Lawn

The community overwhelmingly asked that the amount of green space in the park be preserved as much as possible to allow open space for adults and children alike to engage in both active and passive uses.  The draft master plan preserves the open lawns in their current configuration and size.

Open Lawn

The community overwhelmingly asked that the amount of green space in the park be preserved as much as possible to allow open space for adults and children alike to engage in both active and passive uses.  The draft master plan preserves the open lawns in their current configuration and size.

Bathrooms

The top priority identified during community engagement was the addition of bathrooms on the south end of the park. The draft plan recommends bathrooms on the southern end including appropriate security and maintenance. The existing bathrooms would remain open to the public.

Bathrooms

The top priority identified during community engagement was the addition of bathrooms on the south end of the park. The draft plan recommends bathrooms on the southern end including appropriate security and maintenance. The existing bathrooms would remain open to the public.

Playground with Water Play

A playground with a water feature was in the top 5 amenities requested by the community, and introducing a playground on the southern end of the park was in the top 10. The draft plan recommends this playground be buffered from the street by the tree lawn, trees and shrubs at the border of the park and a new gathering space with seating. It will be fenced and include a non-skid surface, water feature, and offer a socially interactive experience for children of all ages and abilities.

Rotary Playground

The playground in this location will remain unchanged and will continue to be maintained by the Rotary Club of Savannah.

Stage

The community expressed a strong desire for more events in the park such as music and theatrical performances. The existing stage is no longer adequate to support the types of events and level of talent the community desires. The southern end of the proposed new stage will be located at the southern edge of the existing splash pad and will not further encroach on the open lawn.  The stage will be designed and constructed based on the most current technology and on input from City staff and organizations that host events in the park. The stage will include a sound dampening feature to minimize sound traveling into the surrounding neighborhoods.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Gathering Spaces

The park has very few shaded spaces for visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic, relax or gather. Many in the community requested shaded gathering spaces with seating. The Master Plan draft proposes the creation of 2 such spaces, one in the middle and one at the southern end of the park.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Stormwater Gardens

The outer corners of the open lawns not used for athletic activity are often muddy and wet as these are natural run-off areas. Creating stormwater gardens to collect this excess water was in the top 10 ideas that the community indicated they would like to see included in the Master Plan. These gardens would provide a natural, sustainable way to drain the excess water in the park while also creating an aesthetic enhancement and ecological educational opportunity for children.  The gardens would not encroach upon the active area of the open lawns.

Basketball Courts

New basketball courts will be installed west of their current location, just north of the well in the south-west corner of the park. The courts will be screened and a buffer zone of trees and other vegetation will surround them to dampen noise from the courts and to make them more aesthetically pleasing from the exterior.  Additional sound buffering will be placed between the courts and the new playground to the east.

Tennis Courts

The tennis courts will remain in the current location. They will be resurfaced and screened by a buffer zone of trees and other vegetation to make them more aesthetically pleasing from the exterior.

New Monument

The community has expressed a strong desire for an additional monument in the park. The Master Plan draft recommends a new monument be located in the central allee between the Civil War Memorial and the southern entrance to the park.  The Master Plan will not identify the subject matter of this new monument; the design of the monument will be a separate City-led project.

Enhanced Entrance on South End

While the entrance into the park on the north end offers the iconic view of the fountain and oak tree allee to welcome visitors, the entrance at the southern end is not well defined.  The Master Plan recommends reimagining this entrance with enhanced landscaping to improve aesthetics and deter cycling on the central axis.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Traffic Calming

The community indicated a strong desire for additional traffic calming measures to facilitate access to the park. The Master Plan will make recommendations for traffic calming measures along Drayton and Whitaker as well as improved ADA-access to the park.

Parking

The strong preference of the community feedback was to keep the parking in the same location. The draft Master Plan recommends that the lots be improved by replacing the asphalt with permeable pavers, enhanced plantings, and improved lighting.

Parking

The strong preference of the community feedback was to keep the parking in the same location. The draft Master Plan recommends that the lots be improved by replacing the asphalt with permeable pavers, enhanced plantings, and improved lighting.

Maintenance Shed

The Greenscapes Division currently has no on site facilities to house equipment and manage trash. The Master Plan recommends building a small maintenance shed to house 2 small utility vehicles and trash receptacles. The use of smaller vehicles in the park will eliminate the need for large trucks to drive or park within the park boundaries.

Tree Protection

Preserving, protecting and planning for the future of the tree canopy in the park has been a top priority of the planning team. Every recommendation in the Master Plan has been vetted with the city’s Greenscapes Division and Urban Foresters, The Savannah Tree Foundation and the Park and Tree Commission.  The live oaks flanking the central allee between the southern entrance and the Civil War Memorial are suffering due to increased traffic over the roots over the past decade.  To protect these trees, the draft master plan recommends a variety of solutions from air-spading to protecting the roots with crushed stone, to specified set-up locations for Farmers' Market vendors so that further damage is not caused.

Fragrant Garden

The draft plan recommends this popular feature of the park be restored and replanted. Also recommended are making the garden ADA accessible and extending the hours it is open.

Shade Garden

The landscaping throughout the park will be enhanced including the area west of the Fragrant Garden which will be planted with shade-loving plants.

Children's Garden

A children’s garden was among the top 10 amenities requested by the community. The garden will be located near the center of the park and provide educational and sensory activities for children of multiple ages, for example, teaching about native plants, sustainability, and pollinators.

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Feedback from the Community

  • Protect, preserve, and plan for the future of the tree canopy
  • Maintain as much open green space as possible
  • Retain and restore historic integrity
  • Keep the Rotary playground in the same location
  • Keep the amount and location of parking the same
  • Do not pursue major design changes such as arching path and sidewalks flanking central spine

Enhancements Requested by the Community

  • Bathrooms including appropriate security and maintenance
  • Dedicated bike and pedestrian lanes
  • Enhanced lighting
  • Family-friendly spaces and activities, gathering areas, and seating throughout park
  • Playground with water play; Rotary playground remains in place
  • Stormwater gardens to improve drainage
  • Children’s garden near the center of the park
  • Traffic calming measures to improve access into park
  • New monument
  • Enhanced landscaping
  • Improved amenities such as more drinking fountains, trash and recycling bins, bike racks
  • Improved basketball and tennis courts
  • Restored Fragrant Garden with ADA access and extended hours

Savannah’s Crown Jewel

Trustees’ Garden Club in partnership with the City of Savannah has undertaken a multi-year project to develop a Master Plan for the park and to apply to the National Park Service for recognition of the park as a National Historic Landmark. This effort is called the Forsyth Park Project. The cost of the project will be paid for in full by Trustees’ Garden Club and the generous support of civic partners.

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SUPPORTERS

Thank you to the generous supporters of the
Forsyth Park Project

JOHN FORSYTH SOCIETY

The Critz Family

1841 Circle

The Adler Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Barrow III
in memory of Laura Barrow and Craig Barrow, Jr. and Laura Barrow McIntosh
The Beehive Foundation
Malinda and Fred Bergen
Mr. and Mrs. W. Waldo Bradley
Dunn Family Foundation
Danyse G. and Julius Edel Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Haynes III

FORSYTH FOUNTAIN

Lisa and Holmes Bell
Emily and Bill Bowron
in memory of Emily Wood Coxe Winburn, President of Trustees’ Garden Club 2002-2004
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Bradley, Sr.
Connie and Glen Darbyshire – The John G. Kennedy Foundation
Mrs. L. Michael Donovan Jr.
The Garden Club of America Restoration Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Jepson Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Loughridge Pannell
Cathy and Phillip Solomons
Mrs. Charles L. Sparkman
Mr. and Mrs. John Earle Suthers
Helen Bradley Tarbutton
Anna and Wiley Wasden
in memory of Paige Christian

FRAGRANT GARDEN

Brennan Wasden & Painter, LLP
Mr. Graham Sadler and Mrs. Dolly Chisholm
Downtown Neighborhood Association
Historic Savannah Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. L. Allan Reynolds Jr.
in memory of Mary Gatewood Cann
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hurley Ryan Jr.
Trustees’ Garden Club Sustainers

FRIENDS of FORSYTH

Anonymous
Ashby Lippitt Angell
in memory of Mary Cowan Lippitt
Mrs. Kirby F. Beam – Guerry Beam Fund
Fontaine Bradley Bergen
in honor of Malinda and Fred Bergen
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Bradley Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Cay
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cay III
The Chatham Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westfield Coker, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bell Compton, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Dales
Mrs. Edward F. Downing – The Ned Downing Memorial Fund
Mr. and Mrs. J. Laurence Dunn
in memory of Celia and Bernard Williams
Mrs. J. Wiley Ellis – Wantoot Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur Ellis, Jr.
in memory of Paige Christian
Mr. H. Williamson Ghriskey, Jr.
in memory of Emma Adler
Beth and Scott Glass
in memory of Frances Wood Maffett
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Gussler
in memory of Alice Barrow Myrick, fifty year member of
Trustees’ Garden Club and President from 1982-1984

Mr. and Mrs. G. Cyrus Harden III
in memory of Donald, Mary Louise and Geoff Pitman
Mr. Robert L. Harrison
in memory of Susie Wolfe Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Holland – Holland Gift Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Johnson
in memory of Paige Christian and Celia Williams

Mimi and Jack Jones
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kehoe III
Trish McLeod
in memory of Laura Barrow McIntosh
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris
in memory of Tommy Myrick, Shirley Oelschig,
Jane Bradley Wheeler and Stan White

Elizabeth Carswell Morris
in memory of Elizabeth Putnam Carswell
Rosalie S. Morris
Mr. Frederick L. Muller
in memory of Elizabeth Muller
Rebecca and Denny Ogden
Mr. Greg Parker
Mrs. Frank F. Peeples
in memory of Elizabeth G. Clarke
Mrs. Richard Platt
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ramee
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Reeves
Ms. Eleanor Rhangos and Mr. Dan Bromstad
in honor of Eleanor Dunn and Audrey Platt
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmults
Ethelyn Simpson
in honor of Marjorie Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Singletary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Sipple IV
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Sipple III
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Skeadas II
Sterling Seacrest Partners
Dr. and Mrs. Roland S. Summers
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tatum
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Weil
Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton P. White
Mrs. Frederick F. Williams, Jr.

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