Town & Country Connection
Merry Christmas from Town & Country Insurance!
Written by Gabe Cessna
Most people haven’t even looked at their policy in detail, let alone read it through front to back. I get it, it can be daunting – they use weird words and “insurance lingo” that just sounds like gibberish. Here, we outline five simple questions to ask your agent, which will help you get a better understanding of your protection and risks.
Recipe of the Month – Grandma Opal’s “Popcorn Salad”
When Sarah shared her Grandma Opal’s Popcorn Salad on her social media page, we knew it would be a great dish to share in our newsletter.
Maybe it’s the popcorn. Maybe it’s the bacon. Maybe it’s the nostalgia of a hand-written recipe.
Whatever it is, it’s sure to be a hit. Enjoy, and thank you Sarah for sharing your family’s recipe with us! If YOU have a recipe you’d like us to feature in an upcoming newsletter, submit it here!
Clear Off Those Outbuildings
In addition to the standard potential for roof collapse after snowfall & ice buildup – many local farmers are at an increased risk. In just the last week, we have learned of two farms (no longer in full operation) that have had building collapses.
Read more to find out why, and what you can do if it happens to you.
Watch the 8th Wheel Spin!
Congrats to these organizations! Follow their links to find out more about how you can help support their causes in the community!
- Rhine Lake Retreat $630
- Hinckley Elementary PTO $630
- East Central School Hardship Fund $630
- Kanabec County Veterans Services $415
- Minnewawa Sportsmen’s Club $415
- B.A.D.G.E.S. $415
- Moose Lake Lady Rebels Hockey $530
- Rush City Youth Sports Club $530
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