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 Simsbury Grange to co-host Recycling Event May 8

Simsbury Grange and Green Monster e-Cycling will co-host an electronics-oriented recycling event on Saturday, May 8 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon at Old Well Tavern Parking Lot, 20 Tariffville Rd, Simsbury, CT 06070.

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 April 2021 News from Senexet Grange No. 40

Apr. 18: Composting for Beginners Apr. 21: Distracted Driving We have held our regular meetings with masks and social distancing. Our February meeting was American Heart Health.

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 April 2021 News from Beacon Valley Grange No. 103

We are still waiting to hold an in-house meeting. We are shooting for May ; 14th (fingers ; crossed). At this meeting we are hoping to make plans to formally greet the members of Prospect Grange who recently merged with our Grange.

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 April 2021 News from Winchester Grange No. 74

Winchester Grange was pleased to welcome its two newest members to our March Zoom meeting. It was well-attended and allowed us to take care of business and catch up with our fellow members. We were happy to welcome State Master George Russell and other state officers to our virtual Grange. Our next meeting will be held on April 13 at 7:00 P.M. on Zoom. We always welcome guests.

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 Simsbury Grange Makes Meadowood Petition Available

Simsbury Grange is calling for a referendum vote to protect the Meadowood land and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy in Simsbury, Connecticut. The Grange has made available on its website two important forms in this process.

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 Simsbury Grange sponsors Farmers' Apprentice Program

Simsbury Grange is currently matching farmers and apprentices for the 2021 growing season and providing free seeds to the community. In order for this program to continue, funding must be secured.

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