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 May 2019 News from Meriden Grange No. 29

May 24: Reg. meeting - 7:30 PM June 14: Reg. meeting - 7:30 PM June 15: Ham and scalloped potatoes Dinner from 5 to 6:30 PM - $10 Adults and $5 for children. Call (203) 237-4617 for info. Meriden Grange have arranged for major improvements to our parking lot and landscaping. These improvements will take place over the span of the next several years starting in May.

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 May 2019 News from Greenfield Hill Grange No. 133

The Greenfield Hill Grange is so grateful for having a great scout troop (Troop 90) as its neighbor. Thanks to Heather Petrecca for setting up our Spring grounds clean-up on April 6. It’s amazing the amount of work that can be accomplished in just a few hours when a dozen or so scouts and their parents work together.

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 May 2019 News from Bridgewater Grange No. 153

Nancy Mascio of Bridgewater Grange presented a Community Service Award to Carol Wilbur. The award is an annual event done every April. It took place on Friday April 26 2019, 7 PM at Saint Marks Church in Bridgewater Connecticut. The award recognizes individuals or groups that perform outstanding volunteer work for the community.

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 May 2019 News from Lyme Grange No. 147

May 18: 9th Annual Plant &; Food Sale June 6: Memorial Service – Baking Contest &; Election July 11: Celebrating the 4th a week later.

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 May 2019 News from Colchester Grange No. 78

At our April meeting we welcomed Ted Beebe, master Norwich Grange. We always appreciate Ted’s contributions to our Grange. Our community service projects continue with our monthly cooking with seniors at Harrington Court and Bingo at Apple Rehab.

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 May 2019 News from Stonington Grange No. 168

On April 11, the Worthy Master, Trad Dart, opened the meeting and welcomed the many guests attending the Community Citizen Award Night to honor Marcia Tefft. Trad presented a brief summary of the history of Grange, its purpose and interesting statistics. He also spoke of Marcia‘s energy and devotion to family farming.

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