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Junior Grange Corner
State Junior Director:
Michelle DeDominicis
Hillstown Grange #87
56 Hills Street
East Hartford, CT 06118
860-568-2415

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Committee:

Sandy Phillips
Winchester #74

Jaimie Cameron
Ekonk Community #89

Susan Pianka
North Stonington #138


Junior Grange News
Ekonk Community Junior Grange News for April

The girls took charge of the program at our February meeting, where we had 31 in attendance.  Special thanks to Lillian who took charge of the program.  Maria sang and played the electric guitar, Brianna played the piano, Ally had a reading, Lacey had a joke, Lilly and Jenna ran balloon games. Balloons are always a hit!  Great job girls!

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Ekonk Community Junior Grange News for February

December was a busy month, we held our musical, A Bear-y Merry Holiday.  The kids did wonderful!  Kayla Bonin, Lillian Sharpe, and Jenna Wesa all played piano/recorder for us.  Great job, girls!   Santa came and made sure all of the kids had gifts.  Great night, overall!

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Junior Information
2014 Youth and Junior Conference Information ...

The 2014 Northeast Regional Youth and Junior Conference will be heldJuly 11-14th in New Hampshire. More information will be released soon.

Junior Goals ...

As always, increasing and improving the number of Junior Grangers in the State. The National Junior Grange Motto is celebrating their 125th Anniversary in 2014. The 2014 theme for the Connecticut Junior Grange is "Celebrate Being a Junior Granger."

Junior Winners ...

Follow this link to view the Junior Contest Winners -- Junior Grange Winners

Tools available for Download ...

Visit the Downloads page to find numerous brochures, posters, forms, and more available for download for all aspects of the Grange in Connecticut.

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National Grange Junior Program ...

Open to children ages 5 - 14.

• Builds Character and Self Confidence
• Provides Leadership Training
• Develops Respect, Responsibility and Cooperation
• Instructs, Entertains, and Elevates the Members
• Provides Social Interaction
• Promotes Interest in Agriculture
• Develops Creativity, Initiative and Talents
... and more

For more information, visit the National Junior Grange website at:

www.NationalJuniorGrange.org
 
     
 
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