April 26th

  • Basket Raffle & Hot Dogs
  • Thank You to all who supported our event!  Especially the people and businesses donating baskets, family and friends, BlackStar Prim Hives, Alden State Bank, Niagara Chocolates, NorthWest Savings Bank, Backwoods Cloggers, Golden Tails, And Diane’s Glass, and Paul’s Puter Repair.
  • April 26th, Grange Banquet, 6 PM
  • May 25th, Chicken Bar-b-cue
  • Apple Pie Baking contest April 26th, 2014!
  • Zuchinni Bread Baking Contest for 2015!
  • 2014 Pike Fair Theme, “From Pioneer Ways  To Modern Days”
  • LaureLi Jackett, Wyoming Co. Alternate Dairy Princess will be attending Grange Banquet, April 26th, with Milk Punch!
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Curriers Grange Hall Information

Curriers Grange #1273                                                           983 Chaffee Rd, Arcade NY 14009

meetings are the 3rd Saturday of the month!

The Backwoods Cloggers dance  every Tuesday,    Contact:  Pat Gunner,   716-537-9895, clovrclog@buffalo.com  Classes start in Sept.

Train Dogs upstairs on Wednesday, Contact: Leanne Pokigo,                                                 716-537-3022    leasbcs@gmail.com

 

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Wyoming County Pomona Grange Meeting

Agenda:

  •  Oct 24-28, 2014 NYS Grange Convention, Oneonta Holiday Inn
  •   Grange Banquet, April 26th @ 6 PM, Apple Pie Contest @ Curriers Hall!
  •  LaureLi Jackett, Dairy Princess will provide us with Milk Punch
  •   Warsaw Grange, 177 S. Main Street, Warsaw, NY 14569  will have a number of events for the summer and Bi-Centennial Singers also, planned Fund Raisers!

 

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