Here’s a memory from Renee Page: “This photo, circa 2010, is of my son, Elijah Page, with then First Lady Karen Baldacci. This was part of his 4-H community service project where he was helping to take tickets at the gate earlier in the day, then served as assistant to the First Lady as she
By Sonja Heyck-Merlin In Denver, Colorado, Steve Farr was a full-time computer systems engineer at a university and later at a consulting firm. “Being gone 10 to 12 hours a day, I felt like I hardly knew my children,” he says. “I wanted to do something different, and my wife Kari and I came to
Here’s a memory from Glenn Texter: “I just wanted to let you know that my mother, Beatrice Texter, also a member of MOFGA, sadly passed away on Wednesday, August 18. Although at 83 years old, she volunteered for the first time at the CGCF handing out the MOFGA Fair newspaper at the Rose Gate. She
Here’s a memory from Lynn Plumb: “We first attended the fair in 1984. By 1985, Steve was volunteering and soon we all were. Our kids and their cousins grew up at the fair. Each fair is special, but for me the most memorable was 1994. I was coordinating the Maine AIDS Alliance booth in SPA
Here’s a memory from Aaron Anker, chief granola officer at GrandyOats: “MOFGA has been such an important part of the GrandyOats journey. It is hard to imagine our focus on organic as being possible without MOFGA’s support … We need MOFGA to help achieve our certification and guide us to be a better company. This
Here’s a memory from Dwight Gagnon: “Here’s an image of my great-grandfather in the field at our homestead in Benton, Maine. My mom said that I was the most like my great-grandfather of any of my siblings. I like simple things, good food, nature and peacefulness. My daughter Amy and I still co-own the homestead.