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Grange stocks up on food | NOTABLE

Chuck Prochaska holds up one of the tuna fishes bought to feed the Grange community. - Photo courtesy of Chuck Prochaska
Chuck Prochaska holds up one of the tuna fishes bought to feed the Grange community.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Chuck Prochaska

The Deer Lagoon Grange organized a community collective buying effort.  This year’s first trip to buy food was in early September. The group ordered nearly 900 pounds of tuna fish, most of which was filleted.

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