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April 2018 News from North Stonington Community Grange
 

By Nancy R. Weissmuller

  April 11, 2018 --

Apr. 13: ‘It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop”

Apr. 27: “Worry not that no one knows you; seek to be worth knowing.”

Two of our favorite people have been “under the weather” in February. Debbie Barnes, our Ceres (and State Flora), and Flo Mullane, our LAS, are on the mend now and we send hopes and prayers for a speedy and complete recovery for them both.

Our one meeting in February sound us competing in “The Olympics.” A slight glitch in interpreting the rules for “curling” found us trying to make the shortest curl from a length of ribbon; but the hockey teams were ferocious in their attack of the “puck” with their pool noodle “sticks”, even upsetting a few chairs. Although a quiz found us to be sadly lacking in the finer points of the Olympics, we all enjoyed the program and the medals we won. Some of us ate them, others chose to put them on display.

Our first program in April will be a surprise. The second will honor our Community Citizen and long-time members. And if that flock of wild turkeys that always seems to be crossing the road when we approach will just change their schedule, next time we will tell you all about merry March.

 

 
 
 

 
     
     
       
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