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2020 Year In Review

The COVID19 pandemic has brought many changes to our personal and civic lives. The Capitol Grange continued to conduct its meetings over Zoom and participated in the State Grange Conference over the virtual platform as well.


Recognizing the struggles our families and communities faced over the year, the Capitol Grange contributed to several local charities and civic programs. The Capitol Grange made two contributions to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, a contribution to the Wake Soil and Water Commission's "Keeping the Farm" workshop, and a contribution to the "Field of Honor" program hosted by the Wake County Exchange Club honoring our veterans, first responders and medical personnel.


Finally, the Capitol Grange bid farewell to Dale Threatt-Taylor, who accepted a position as Executive Director of the South Carolina chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Congratulations to Dale, we know she will continue to be a positive impact on the environment and the conservation community!

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