Big Thunder November newsletter 2016.

Wrote by Al and Darlene Henninger, Reporters President Dave Geske announced that we would be meeting the 3rd Thursday in November and December due to Thanksgiving and Christmas.

The dates are Nov. 17th and Dec. 15th.  He also announced that Mike Mundy, a member of Capron Grange and a  Fair Board Director, had died that morning and asked that we have a moment of silent prayer for him.   It was decided to send flowers and a monetary gift in his memory.
Phyllis Schumaker, Community Service Chair, asked that we bring our donations of toiletries to the next meeting so we can have a good supply to send to the Vets Hospital for Christmas. She also asked for labels and box tops for the school.

Gordon Butt, Legislative Chair, asked everyone to be sure and get out and vote for both the county and presidential elections. Al Henninger reported on the Jewels and Jeans Program and Auction put on by the Keen Age Center.  He announced that they will be honoring the Granges in Boone County for all their community service.

Our Junior Grangers, Kayla, Chloe and riley Konieczki, will be presenting the flag. Dave Geske reported that the Fair Board budget commit
tee will meet Nov. 14th at 6:30 pm and the fair audit will be Nov.16th at 6:30 pm. Big Thunder Grange donated the $400 made on the Doll & Buggy with all the extras which were all donated by Connie Lawson.

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Thank you from Walter Fuchs for the cards and gifts when he had his heart attack. Iris Humphry is to get all the supplies needed for us to serve the Pomona Grange on Nov. 2nd.

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Chystalyn Mays, Lecturer, gave a report on the bank fraud going on and warned us to be very careful and to go to your bank if you get any calls or letters.  Bonnie Miley also reported that they have already arrested 61 people on the IRS fraud.

16 members attended

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