The Sandy Springs Garden Club is still involved with the Williams-Payne House as an ongoing projects. Some of our members are now active in learning to be Master Gardeners, flower arrangers, horticulturists, and preservationists. Members attend classes offered by the Garden Club of Georgia to learn how to stage and participate in flower shows.The members worked with the City of Sandy Springs to participate in the landscaping of the Abernathy Greenway linear park which transformed part of the city. Members work with city, state, and non-profit groups to improve and beautify our city. The club members look to the future while the club continues to be involved as an important civic and community organization.
42 Active Members
8 Associate Members
6 Honorary Members
A half of a mile north of I-285 and a couple of blocks west of Roswell Road in the heart of the City of Sandy Springs, the Williams-Payne House faces Sandy Springs Circle. Sandy Springs Garden Club works with others in the community to preserve and protect this historic site and the urban green space, the home of the original "sandy springs" that still bubbles to the surface in the park.