Over the years, the club has decorated just about everything in Huntington, from railroad stations to store fronts window boxes and even parking meters! The hanging baskets along the village main streets were once funded and planted by members before the town absorbed the maintenance. Other large planting projects are still visible today including: the dogwoods by the armory at Park Avenue, moving of the Nathan Hale Rock to the island location by the American Legion and now by the traffic circle, the Oakwood triangle planting, town hall, the D.A.R. house plantings, and Kissam House plantings.
Today Nathan Hale Garden Club is an energetic, friendly club that embraces new possibilities with the enthusiasm cultivated by the founding members’ sensitivity to local history and appreciation of the natural beauty of this coastal environment and then nurtured by the commitment to learning and conservation of over ninety years shared experiences.