Grange Notes for May 3, 2017 by Tim Swartz
for you to impress with your buns, however you roll them!
You’ve heard him on WDEV, WGDR and many other stations, and you’ve gotten advice on the weather from “Weathering Heights“. So you know he has good taste in weather. Find out how flaky his crust is!
Anne has represented the “Washington-2” district since 2003; that has included Berlin since 2012. She is the vice-chair of the Health Care committee, and publishes Counterpoint, a Vermont journal about the mental health community. Find out what she thinks is spicy in cinnamon rolls!
Lynn teaches art at Berlin Elementary School, and curated the selection of art now gracing the walls of our Grange Hall, out of the many creations (since 2002) of the kids she has taught. And she is a part-time professional baker, making pies for Ellie’s Farm Market, just down the road on Rt. 12!
What do you win? Besides a blue ribbon, the plaudits of our judges, and the appreciation of your peers, the first place winner at our Community Grange will move on to the State contest, with the chance to win a modest Cash Prize, as well as another blue ribbon! You can even go on to the Nationals!
Here’s the not-so-fine print: Bring 3-5 rolls on a paper plate, with no identifying marks on the top. Put your name, and the recipe on a 3 x 5 card or similar on the bottom of the plate. Bring them to the Grange Hall by 5:00–we’ll be doing the judging about 5:30.
If you are not already a Grange member, with all the rest of us cool kids, we’ll pay for your membership so you can compete at the State level.