June is: A Month to Celebrate Farms and Fathers 

Thank you to all who joined us in celebrating!

This month we are uplifting local agriculture in all forms, to celebrate and acknowledge the dedication, persistence and resilience that goes into life on the farm. In celebration we shared video footage of how haying was done historically. We were also fortunate enough for the Lyme Historians to generously share photos of Lyme’s agricultural past with us. The result was a gathering on the beautiful patio at Kathy Sherrieb’s as we shared stories, food and images of Lyme’s past and present.

Please click here to enjoy the images shared of Lyme’s history, and images taken to celebrate Lyme’s present. 

If you would like to see our agricultural month in review, please visit our page here. 

In honor of our themes, here is one of my favorite corny dad jokes.

A horse walks into school. The teacher looks up from her desk and says, “Hey, you! Why the long face?”

Are you involved with local agriculture? Do you have a favorite story about your father, or a corny dad joke to share? 

We would love to hear from you! Please reach out to shelby@cclyme.org. 

Shelby Wood
Manager of Program Development
CommunityCare of Lyme