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President's Message

The Heirloom Program quote for July is from the Second Degree where Ceres says “Changes and transformations are constantly passing before us,” to which I would add “The changing seasons of the year bring you to a new experience in your Grange journey” said by the Steward in the same degree.

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Robert Buck
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Legislatively Speaking

As of this writing, it’s Juneteenth Day. On this day the Union troops made it to Galveston, Texas to report that General Robert E. Lee surrendered Confederate troops at Appomattox, Virginia. The Civil War was over, and all slaves were free, as to the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863, or the 13th Amendment.

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Noel Miller
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Lecturer's Corner

May’s heirloom reading was “For in our fraternity, there is work for all, and the idler has no place among Patrons of Husbandry”. This message is from the Vice President/ Overseer during the First Degree. I love this message as it reminds me about how engaged many of us are serving others.

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Dave Roberts
State Lecturer
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