Black Mountain Beautification Committee

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A group of Black Mountain residents initiated the Black Mountain Beautification Committee in 2000 with the goal of improving the aesthetics of our community.  As a non-profit organization, we exist solely by the support of community volunteers, private donations and the Town of Black Mountain of North Carolina.

SAVE THE DATE Black Mountain Garden Show & Sale Saturday, May 16, 2015 9am until 4pm MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW SOON

Black Mountain Garden Show & Sale
Saturday, May 16, 2015
9am until 4pm
Volunteers Needed see Events page

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Interested in joining the Black Mountain Beautification Committee?  
Contact Us to see more details of becoming a volunteer.  

Julie Stout completed seed money award project

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We are currently accepting applications for the 2015 Seed Money Award. More detailed information including application are posted on the Event page.   Award(s) will be given to applicant(s) who submits a project that best exemplifies the mission of our group.

The committee was mentioned on the WLOS News tonight as we had submitted landscape plans to replace the trees being removed around Lake Tomahawk.  Ann Whisenant, committee member, was interview as well as our Mayor Michael Sobol.

2014 Has Come to a Close

What a busy year 2014 has been for the Black Mountain Beautification Committee! We have given away the Seed Money Award, had a successful Garden Show and Sale, tended the garden sites and plant containers, and so much more. Our group continues to grow with new members and more ideas are being explored on how to further enhance the beauty of Black Mountain.  Our year in review can be seen in the array of pictures beside this column. 

What will 2015 bring?   We are currently working on the following: 

1. Accepting applications for the 2015 Seed Money Award. Information is posted on the Event page. 

2. Offering a series of garden lectures which will be free and open to the public.  

3. Three new public garden sites will be designed by our committee then created. 

4. We will be conducting a raffle to win a beautiful quilt that was made by our member, Susan Chabot.


If you are looking for a unique, local gift for that special person consider purchasing a sponsorship. For more details, visit the Get Involved page.  

If you need a hostess, teacher gift or a gift to say "lets stay in touch", look no further.  Our Co-chair, Joyce Black-Woerz, designed these four beautiful prints.  These note cards can be purchased at the Monte Vista Hotel in Black Mountain and by completing the form on our Contact Us page. The fee is $5 plus postage.