LIVERMORE – New Norlands Grange 580 met at the home of Noella Mercier on Jan. 27 with 10 members and a visitor present. Master Robert Jones gave a report on the lumber-cutting project that has been completed.

In the absence of Lecturer Emily Pike, a program on how to keep warm and save pennies was presented by Celeste Flagg.

There were 11 members and a visitor present at the Feb. 24 meeting held at Pike’s home. Robert Jones reported on information he received on insurance for the hall. The Grange voted to donate to the town clock fund in Livermore Falls. Pike will get information on the subject. Members voted to ask the teachers at Livermore Elementary School if there is a project with which they could help.

Pike presented a Valentine and Presidents’ Day program. A roll call of presidents was held and a skit was performed by Priscilla Beedy and Esther Watson. The silver march was won by Raymond Hedges.

The grangers will meet on Saturday, March 24, at Pike’s home. The congo bars will be judged at the meeting and the winner will go to Pomona.


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