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CCB October Report

The Grant County Copper CowBelles met on November 19th.  President Annette George requested the approval of the October minutes which included discussion of National Farm to School Month (designated by Congressional Act H.R. 1655, 2010).  The Grant County Commissioners issued a Proclamation to celebrate this declaration and Annette accepted on behalf of Copper. It was announced that Family Shindig dance was a success with good attendance and an excellent band.  The Nominating Committee presented a slate of officers to be published and voted on.

The slate of officers was approved for 2020:  Pat Hunt, President; Judy O’Loughlin, Vice President; Jeanette Hamilton, Secretary and Tenisha Fell, Treasurer.  A motion was passed to make a donation to the Pat Nowlin Scholarship in memory of Lynda Delk Cox.

Guest speaker Erin Griffith of the Silver City Museum gave an update on the exhibit Ranching in Grant County.  It is one of the Museum’s best attended and appreciated displays. Copper’s display case at the Silver City Library has also been well received.  It will be up for the month of November in the lobby.

The December meeting will be a Christmas luncheon and installation of Officers.

Submitted by Pat Hunt

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