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 November 2019 News from Taghhannuck Grange No. 100

Taghhannuck Grange had a very busy October. Bill, Diane, Brent, Mike and Debbie became Pomona members by taking the Fifth Degree on Oct. 5th at a special degree day held by Dutchess County Pomona in New York.

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 November 2019 News from Ekonk Community Grange No. 89

Our Grange successfully served breakfast and lunch again this year to hungry hordes at the annual Celebrate Ag at the Woodstock Fairgrounds. A huge sigh of relief from the hardworking crew when the last person served was full, we cleaned up and traveled the 25 miles back to our Grange to unload began.

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 November 2019 News from Winchester Grange No. 74

Nov. 12: ; ;Daylight Savings, Ref. Potluck at 6 P.M. Nov. 26: Thanks, Ref. Sara Bement &; Mimi Grustas Dec. 10: Christmas Program ($5 grab bag), Ref. All Members Dec. 24: ; Meeting Omitted - Merry Christmas to all!

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 November 2019 News from Greenfield Hill Grange No. 133

Our annual Agricultural Fair was held on September 14 and it was a great success. Prior to the fair date, the Boy Scouts Troop 90 and their parents helped us spread mulch on the trail for the pony rides. Also, on the day of the fair, the scouts helped to set up and break down the tables and chairs and such. Thank you to Troop 90.

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 November 2019 News from Beacon Valley Grange No. 103

Where has the year gone? It seems like we just took the decorations off the Christmas tree and here we are decorating it again. Our dining room was not full for our Kielbasa dinner nor was the hall full for our bazaar but we did make money and most of us enjoyed working together.

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 November 2019 News from N. Stonington Community Grange No. 138

Nov. 8: “... and the Flowers” Nov. 22: “... and the Trees” It was a fairly quiet September, which was much appreciated after a very busy summer. As no officers changed we had no ; need for installation and Sue launched her programs for the year. So far we have learned a great deal about the birds and the bees- no, no, not that.

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