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 June 2020 News from Mountain Laurel Pomona No. 15

I wish there was more for us to report this month as Pomona has not been able to meet in-person or virtually. Our Secretary, Carol Jean Swanson, does a great job of sending out notes to members whenever there is something new to be known.

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 New Ag Committee Project: Mask Distribution

The Connecticut State Grange has a rich history of supporting Connecticut agriculture for over 135 years. We cannot begin to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted you, your agribusinesses, families, employees and in many cases your livestock.

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 Time-sensitive opportunity to support local farms!

Simsbury Grange wrote a grant that was approved through Sustainable CT to fund apprentices for local farmers. We need to get this funded ASAP to get the apprentices working and also the matching money may run out.

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 June 2020 News from Taghhannuck Grange No. 100

Over 30 cars paraded in front of Barbara Bartramís house in honor of her 91st birthday. She hasnít smiled like that for a long time! Taghhannuck Grange canceled its April meeting and just had a Zoom get-together for catching up with our members.

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 June 2020 News from Ekonk Community Grange No. 89

We held another successful Zoom meeting May 4th. Each time we are getting a few more members to join and itís so nice to see everyone during this time. We are still doing our Flashback Fridays and everyone seems to enjoy looking back on history.

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 Hank the Burro: State Is Slowly Opening Up

Hello Grange friends! The State is slowly starting to open up, but with strict gathering rules. Sadly, many Fairs across the State, from the large fairs to the small Grange Fairs, are cancelling events this summer.

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