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March 2020 News from Ekonk Community Grange No. 89
 

By Sue Gray

  March 20, 2020 --

The Juniors did a “Stamping Up” fun/fundraiser in February, each leaving with four lovely, handmade cards! They also enjoyed a potluck supper. So much enthusiasm from these kids, saw it at the annual Family Game Night, see it whenever they are around! Brianna Gervais (and Rebecca) had a fantastic time in New Hampshire in February when Brianna represented National Grange at the Primaries there. She learned a lot out the New Hampshire legislature, toured their statehouse, got a fabulous tour of a hill complex, listened to the candidates debate: how many kids get that kind of exposure to national political leaders at age 11? Her next major National event is March 6-12 in Washington,

D.C. Our Grange donated $500 to assist the family with expenses not covered by the National Grange on this trip.

We have interest among our youth and juniors in organizing a 2020 Drill Team. Our youth and juniors are certainly marching forward in so many ways.

On April 6, our dear friends from Richmond Grange in RI will be bringing us their annual Exchange Program- you do NOT want to miss this absolutely fantastic night. Then on Friday, April 17, you will fi d Ekonk at Richmond entertaining them! Always a fun exchange!

April 10 will be our annual Good Friday Chowder n’ Clam Cake Supper, featuring corn chowder as well as clam.

We continue providing and delivering food to numerous Sterling families in need. Helping others is our mission.

On April 18th our Grange will host the “Leading, Learning, Making a Difference” program with Carmen Brickner as the motivational speaker. Lunch will be served. This is a project of the State Grange Membership Committee, under the direction of Faith Quinlan, Membership Director. A $20.00 fee will help cover the cost of the event. Reservations a MUST and made through the State Grange.

On April 26 we will honor 15 Grangers for their dedication and service (25-80 years). Arline Boucher will receive her 80 year membership award, leading the other seven, who include: Alton Exley (70), Barbara Haynes (60), Carol B. Hnath, John Molodich III and Patricia Palmer (55), Alan Champagne and Joseph Molodich (50), Jody A. Cameron and Mary Mortimer (40) and Allen Gervais, George Eggers, Jennifer and Luke Hawkins and Jacqueline Hnath (25). The event will start with a luncheon served promptly at 1:00 P.M.

We are always busy at the Grange on the hill!

 

 
 
 

 
     
     
       
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