Grand Tall Cedar

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Grand Tall Cedar

R. Mike Couch

Grand Tall Cedar Message

Brother Tall Cedars and Lovely Ladies,

I hope everyone is having a great start to a wonderful new year. We had a great time at the Mid-Winter Conference. It is always a great gathering of people.

Egg making is in full swing. Make sure you support your Forest by purchasing eggs or by selling eggs to family, friends, co-workers, and local businesses. If you have never tried the eggs, you are missing out. They are the best eggs around! See any of the officers or Marge and Leonard Koons if you are interested in buying eggs.

Don‘t forget to check out the Cedar Bark for the upcoming events and for information on getting your tickets. Coming up is the Ladies Night Banquet ( can’t wait to see the entertainment Larry has planned for us, great as always, I’m sure. ), the Stated meeting, and the Easter Egg Hunt.

It is time to start thinking about the Pancake Jamboree. Volunteers are always needed to make this a successful event. Sell tickets, come out and eat, help cook, serve, or clean up, whatever you can do is appreciated. Please contact Ron Oravic to sign up or offer any assistance you can. I know he will appreciate it.

Speaking of Ron Oravic, there is a correction to the list of appointed officers. Ron Oravic is the MDA Forest Chairman. He has graciously agreed to keep this position for a second year and after seeing how great of a job he did last year, why would we let him out of it?? Thank you Ron for helping out in so many ways this year. It is much appreciated.

I want to send out a great big Thank You to the many people who have shared ideas or suggestions, given us tips, or offered their assistance. All is welcome to help make this year a wonderful success. With the help from those that have been around and know how things run and some fresh ideas from those that have just joined, maybe we can figure out that ever so frustrating question of how do we raise membership and keep everyone active.

Get involved!!!

Sincerely and Fraternally,

Mike