Please join the FCSWCD Board of Supervisors for our 71st Annual Meeting on Friday, April 5th beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Farmington Community Center -127 Middle Street.

The evening will commence with a buffet dinner followed by introductions of our board, Maine Representatives and Senator along with those attending from the Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry, the Maine Association of Conservation Districts, and the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service. After short ten minute informational statements by some of these guests, James Bergeron of Dallas Plt. will be honored as the District's 2018 Outstanding Cooperator of the year for his many conservation practices.

The buffet dinner is free to all. Those that re-register will become eligible for a drawing. There will be a small cover charge and tickets issued for those 21 and older who would like to enjoy the wine tasting part of the evening.

After the buffet dinner, Patty and John Cormier from "A Wild Fern Winery" in Farmington will be giving a presentation on their operation including: using their new high tunnel to grow their own grapes which will be used to make wine. The presentation will be followed by tasting of several different types and flavors of wine.

We look forward to seeing you for a great night out on Friday, April 5th.

Sincerely,


Rosetta White
Executive Director

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Registration Form

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Address: ________________________________________________

Annual Meeting (4/5/2019)

#___ buffet dinner, free.

#___ wine tasting (each at $15)

Total enclosed ______

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Call for an auction bid number. The items are still coming in. Lists should be available the day before the auction. Auction will be held at the Mallett School on Middle St in Farmington. Doors open at 5:15 for viewing and auction will start at 6 p.m.


 









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