Thanks to the efforts of Dawne and Louis Hugron and Gloria Davis, this Antrim Grange exhibit won a blue ribbon at Cheshire Fair. Look for it next at Hopkinton State Fair Aug. 29 – Sep. 2!
Antrim Grange to Honor the Community
Antrim Grange’s annual Community Awards Night will be held May 15th at 7:00 p.m. at the Antrim Grange Hall. Community Citizen, Educator, Agriculturalist, Community Spirit, and Special Service awards will be presented to recipients selected by the members of the Grange.
Invited to present a program following the awards is HorseTenders Mustang Foundation founder, Andrej Kokal, a highly decorated 24-year veteran of the United States Air Force as a combat fighter pilot, instructor and mission commander. Kokal will talk about his family’s horse farm in Greenfield and how his foundation is proud to enjoin veterans and their families with the legendary American mustang in sharing mutual benefits of emotive healing, comfort, and security. His sons, Nik and Kris, who will also be present, were featured in the 2011 documentary film “Wild Horse, Wild Ride” as they successfully participated in the Extreme Mustang Challenge, using non-punitive methods in a 100 day test to convert a completely wild mustang into a valued companion and competitor. A Chinese auction will be held throughout the evening to raise funds for the Kokals’ foundation.
All interested and grateful community members are invited to come to this event and help us thank our local volunteers, to learn about a very special family that supports military service members at a time when little government assistance is made available to help them to reintegrate with their families and society, and to taste-test entries in the Grange’s coffee cake baking contest at refreshment time.
We’re your neighbors!
Antrim Grange was organized in 1883 and has been serving the community ever since. We meet the first and third Wednesdays of the month. Typically we do our business meeting early in the month and save our second meeting for an activity, speaker, or program. We meet at the Antrim Grange Hall at 253 Clinton Road. Our Grange Hall is an historic building, as it was the original Antrim Town Hall. For more information about our Grange and activities you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 588-6615.
The Grange is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based in more than 2,100 hometowns across America. We have nearly 150 years of history, a spirit of grassroots advocacy, and a fraternal spirit that we’re happy to share with you.
To learn more about the Grange, read our Declaration of Purposes) or download a membership brochure . You can also learn more about Grange Youth for those 14 to 30 years of age and Junior Grange for children 5 to 14 . Grange members enjoy many benefits, including discounts on energy, vacations and medical services. To learn more, read our member benefits brochure .
We’d love to tell you about the exciting opportunities the Grange offers. Stop by a meeting anytime. They’re always open to the public. If you’d prefer to support rural America and agriculture on your own time, you can look into E-Membership. E-Members enjoy the same benefits as community Grange members and have all materials delivered to their inbox. American Values. Hometown Roots.