News

2017 Officers Elected

November 15, 2016 – The officers of the Boring-Damascus Grange were elected at the meeting. They are: Master/President – Celia Luttrell; Overseer/VP – Justin Lazenby; Lecturer – Kelly Lazenby; Steward – Ed Luttrell; Assistant Steward – Marlin Marsh; Lady Assistant Steward – Buzi Beckley; Chaplain – Sharon Marsh; Treasurer – Gary Beckley; Secretary – Jacob Luttrell; Gatekeeper – Don Leetham; Ceres – Jan Edmundson; Pomona – Sandi Ludi; Flora – Jill Petersen; Executive Committee – Marlin Marsh, Buzi Beckley, Chris Olson.

Installation of Officers will be on December 18 at Sunnyside Grange beginning at 2:00 p.m. The ceremony is for members and the public.

 

Grange Hosts Candidates Forum

October 1, 2016 – The Grange hosted a candidates forum for Oregon House districts 51 and 52. All registered candidates for both districts were invited. Both Candidates from District 51, (Listed Alphabetically) Janelle Bynum and Lori Chavez-DeRemer attended as well as Mark Johnson from District 52. Many great questions were asked by the audience and the candidates responded.

Bill Kennemer, House District 39, Chuck Thomsen, Senate District 26 and and Ken Humberston, candidate for Clackamas County Commission were also present and recognized.

The Grange provided a free spaghetti dinner prior to the forum and facilitated the forum. The Grange is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse or oppose any candidate for elected office.

Grange Hall Improvements

September 20, 2016 – It was announced that the monthly meeting that the new windows have been installed in the hall. Doors are scheduled for installation and the permit for the lift has been approved.

Grange Votes to Support Fire District Consolidation

August 16, 2016 – The Grange members listened to the proposed measures concerning the Boring Fire District. After discussion, where many questions were answered, the Grange voted to support the dissolution of the Boring Fire District and the annexation of the Boring Fire District by the Clackamas Fire District.

We urge all voters to support the two measures (Measure 3-493 and Measure 3-494) that will be on the November Ballot.