Tie Dye is something that has come in and out of style through the decades. Just when I think its out, it comes back again. The first time I completed a tie dye project was in art class in middle school. The teacher had multiple vats of dye for the students to dip their rubber-banned shirts into. Same again in 4-H.
Today, there are kits and…[Read more]
We had a busy morning with turning in our entries, auction baskets & cookies. We also turned in items for the Youth Departments Keep Washington Warm Project.
Committee work started at 10 am and most were done by 11. This will be presented to the Delegate body over the next couple of days to be voted on.
This afternoon was the Memorial…[Read more]
Enterprise meets at the Grange Hall at 15 Alexander Reed Road, Richmond, ME the first Thursday of each month. Gather at 6:00 pm, meeting starts t 6:30. In June, Suzzanne was the winner of the baking contest (sugar cookies, use your own recipe) and we had elections of officers and our Annual Memorial Service. We renewed a membership from a…[Read more]
Meeting start time: 9:36 a.m.
Present on the phone: Leroy Watson, Cherie Watson, Amanda Brozana
Present in the Saunders Library: Joan Smith, Austin Miller, Stephanie Wilkins, Bobbi Rencevicz, Jessie Cope
Minutes read and approved as corrected
Kile Fund Feb. 28 Bal $37,003.67
Kile trust 12/31/13 bal…[Read more]