WILTON – A long-time member of Franklin Grange 50 was honored at the Dec. 13 meeting at the home of Karen Flagg.

Louise Flagg was honored by the state legislature for being a continuous member of the Grange for 55 years. She was presented a certificate by Rep. Thomas Saviello of Wilton, co-sponsored by Sen. Chandler Woodcock of Franklin County.

Glenda Gordon has been accepted as an affiliate member and applications were accepted from Pamela J. Hallowell-Jordan and Danielle Cote. Both will take their degrees in the spring.

A Christmas card was circulated and signed for Earl and Tippy Tracy. Lecturer Helen Bubier’s opening thought was “a hug is the perfect fit; one size fits all and no one minds if you exchange it.” Readings were done by Olive Toothaker, Glenda Gordon and Helen Bubier. A joke was read by Erika Toothaker. There was a skit done by Lincoln, Hazel and Mike Flagg and another by Karen Flagg and Helen Bubier.

The next meeting will be a game day at the Flagg home on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

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