C Y We Love Cooper Young
C Y we love our homes.
C Y we love our gardens.
C Y our families are so happy.
C Y we love our neighborhood schools.
C Y we attend church here.
C Y we love our businesses.
C Y we love to eat here.
C Y we share it with you.
C Y you are always welcome.
C Y you will want to stay.
Third Wednesdays of each month at the Cooper-Young Community Association, 2298 Young Avenue.
In the summer months, we enjoy meeting at members’ homes.The meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. with a potluck, scheduled speaker or club program and ends with a short business meeting.
- Annual CooperYoung Garden Walk
- Established Certified Level 3 Arboretum
- Weeding/mulching Ginkgo Trees along Cooper
- Added containers to neighborhood gateway entrances
- Decorate the Gazebo for the holidays
- Adopted Spanish Memorial Park
- Tree Reimbursement Program
- Help Peabody Elem. Garden Club
Why join the Cooper Young Garden Club?
Because … it is a great place to meet and get to know others who enjoy plants and beautifying our neighborhood.
We welcome members at every level of skill and knowledge and provide great opportunities to gain new information. What you learn can benefit your home, neighborhood, and your future.
Open to all men and women, from novice gardener to master gardeners, who enjoy growing, talking, and swapping plants and contributing to making the Cooper-Young neighborhood beautiful. You aren’t required to live in the neighborhood to be a member.
Guests! You are welcome to attend two free meetings per year before being asked to join the club. Dues are only $20 a year, includes $8 for Tennessee Federation of Gardens. Family membership is full price for the first member, and each additional family member pays half.
- Civic-minded, friendly, laid-back garden group that loves to have fun
- Monthly educational programs
- Free admission to Cooper-Young Garden Walk
- Chance for raffled door prizes at monthly meeting
- Opportunity to share your knowledge + talents to beautify our community
- Membership in TN Federation of Garden Clubs-District 1
- Ginkgo tree yearly weed/mulch
- Gateway container
- Education: program planning
- Garden Walk