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PGMS Announces Eugene Loew as the 157th CGM!

PGMS Announces Eugene Loew as the 157th CGM!

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced that Eugene Loew of Alexandria, Va. has become the 157th grounds management professional to successfully complete its Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) program. Loew currently serves as the park manager for the City of Alexandria. PGMS: Why did you want to become a CGM? Loew: It was almost six years ago when I first […]

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2015 Scholarship Winners

PGMS ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS FOR 2015! The scholarship committee wants to congratulate the 2015 scholarship recipients. We wish them well in the future and hope the scholarships help to reduce their collegiate expenses. The scholarship program is a wonderful way to recognize interns that work for you or college students you meet in the industry. […]

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PGMS “Member-Get-A-Member” Campaign

Over the last few years PGMS has increased membership as well as the number of dynamic industry vendors who are supporting us as Elite Partners in Professionalism. One of the ways in which we accomplished this was through the help of many of YOU who participated in our past “Member-Get-A-Member” Campaigns. So, let’s keep the […]

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PGMS North Carolina Branch Needs Volunteers for Outreach Project

For the second year in a row the PGMS North Carolina Branch is hosting an outreach project at the Odd Fellows Cemetery, a landmark in Winston-Salem, N.C. that has fallen into disrepair. NEW DATE DUE TO WEATHER – MARCH 21, 2015 Please click here for more information.

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PGMS Accepting Scholarship Applications

Each year the PGMS scholarship committee awards monetary scholarships to students in horticulture or related fields. Applicants must be at least in their first year of college or may be recently graduated from high school (within the calendar year). The top recipient will also have the opportunity to attend the GIE+Expo in Louisville in the […]

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PGMS Announces Kevin Mercer as the 156th CGM!

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced that Kevin Mercer of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. has become the 156th grounds management professional to successfully complete its Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) program. Mercer currently serves as the grounds manager for Vassar College. PGMS: Why did you want to become a CGM? Mercer: I wanted to step up to the challenge and better myself as […]

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PGMS Announces Bob Boeren as the 155th CGM!

PGMS Announces Bob Boeren as the 155th CGM!

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced that Bob Boeren of Roanoke, Va. has become the 155th grounds management professional to successfully complete its Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) program. Boeren currently serves as the landscape coordinator for the City of Roanoke-Transportation Division. PGMS: Why did you want to become a CGM? Boeren: Starting four years ago […]

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PGMS Announces New CGM’s

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced its 153rd CGM to be James Hogan, horticulturist at Chartwell Golf & Country Club in Severna Park, Md. PGMS has also announced Brandon Martin, grounds manager at Baylor University in Waco, Texas as its 154th CGM. Congratulations to both professionals! Click here to read more about James Hogan. Click here […]

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PGMS Announces Brandon Martin as the 154th CGM!

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced that Brandon Martin of Waco, Texas has become the 154th grounds management professional to successfully complete its Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) program. Martin currently serves as the Grounds Manager at Baylor University. PGMS: Why did you want to become a CGM? Martin: Starting four years ago I began my career as a Grounds Manager. […]

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PGMS Announces James Hogan as the 153rd CGM!

The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) has announced that James Hogan of Severna Park, Md. has become the 153rd grounds management professional to successfully complete its Certified Grounds Manager (CGM) program. Hogan currently serves as the Horticulturist at Chartwell Golf & Country Club. PGMS: Why did you want to become a CGM? Hogan: I wanted to become a CGM […]

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