Issue #73 - October 2017
Note from the Founder - Possible Delays
Kerry Cordy - Founder
For those who are not aware, Frontier Girls is a small family run business. My family is currently fighting the installation of a 150' tall AT&T cell tower with 19 antennas that is going to be installed on the property next to my house. Dealing with the various county departments, lawyers, etc. has been taking up much of my time and I apologize for any delays in communication and shipping. I have not been in the office as much as I would like and things are stacking up. If we lose the battle over the cell tower, my family will also be selling our property and moving which may cause more delays as well. I have hired a part time helper to make sure that orders get shipped in a timely manner even if I cannot be here and I will do my best to still answer emails within 24 hours. If my response is slightly slower than usual, I apologize and ask for your patience. Thanks for all the love and support I have received via our Facebook group. It has been much appreciated.
New Badges Added This Month
College (Specific), Foster Care, and Corn
New Clipart - by Katie Cordy
My daughter, Katie Cordy has been busy working on some new clipart to add to our collection that you can use on newsletters, flyers, websites, etc. The clipart is located in the main Members area page of the website. Just click on the Free Clipart link to see all available clipart.
Troop Highlight - Troop #210, MA
My name is Amie Green and I am the coleader of the quest boys troop 210 and the mother of 3 of the girls in the frontier troop 210 out of northampton, ma we wanted to send you a friendly email informing you of some of our amazing scouts event
Our first meeting the scouts painted rock to hid in our community to hopefully brighten some day
Then today Sept 24 most of the troops set up a water/snack stop for bikers who were biking 50-100miles yo raise money for the western mass food bank as a coleader/parent I am very proud of all their hard work. Making sure everyone had drinks, snacks and even first aid.
And last our troop is raising money for type 1 diabetes walk oct 15th and are hoping to beat our last year's totals . We would like to know if you would be willing to donate to our troop.
Hope all is well at headquarters
1 cup milk
1 1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup pumpkin
2 tablespoons melted butter
2 tablespoons of sugar
2 tsp baking power
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
Whisk milk, pumpkin, butter and eggs until smooth. In a separate bowl sift together the flour, sugar, baking power, salt and pumpkin pie spice. Add to the wet ingredients and whisk until smooth. Cook by 1/4 cupfuls on a hot buttered skillet until golden. Serve with maple syrup.
Candy Corn on the Cob
Ever tried to turn your candy corn into a full corn on the cob? It is harder than it looks, but the Instructables website has the perfect solution, cookie dough! Click the link below for all their tips on creating a successful candy corn on the cob!
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