I’m honored to be chosen by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension as the 2014 Master Food Preserver Volunteer of the Year — many thanks to them for sponsoring this very special program, to food preservation educator Kathy Savoie for sharing her extensive knowledge of the subject, to community education assistant Kate McCarty of The Blueberry Files for her lovely speech, and to my fellow MFP’s for their always excellent company as we spread the preserving word!
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congratulations, Deb! Well deserved
Congratulations!! Plaque and all!
Congratulations! I wish you lived next door. :-)
I too offer my congratulations!!!!!
well done – congratulations!
Congratulations, Deb. You have done so much for others and deserve the reward! Best wishes for all your new pursuits!!
A well deserved honor! I’m happy for you….
Congratulations! Good to read your new posts.
Congratulations Deb! Well deserved…you inspire us all!
Congratulations. I have learned a lot from you and used some of it this summer.