Feb 16th, 2019 next meeting

 Next meeting,Feb 16th, Noon,                                                                          Winter Youth Weekend Resheduled due to Winter Storm , Feb 22 – 24 2019 Ravena Grange Hall, 1184 Route 143, Coeymans Hollow, NY 12046

March 23rd, Annual Grange Banquet, 5 PM                                                           April 13th, 2019 Basket Raffle, 1-4 PM

Basket Raffle March 23rd 1-4 PM ,had over 80 baskets at last Raffle, Past Supporters were Merle’s Maple, Crystal Clear Pools, Reisdorf Feeds, Tim Hortons, Dunkin Donuts, Bravo Resturant, Applebees, Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Bisons, Buffalo Saberes, The Pine Lounge,  NYS Fair tickets, Alden State Bank, Another coffee, PopCorn, Office Supplies, Games, Cleaning Supplies, Stuffed Toys, Cat Food, Bird House, windows 10 computer, picnic  table, Home Depot, Romance & Sons, Lamb & Webster, Java Farm Supply, Millers Greenhouse, Yancey’s Fancey, Shurgain, Strykersville Hardware,  Niagara Chocolate, Save-a-lot, Grangers, Friends & Family, community, etc.  (Big Thank You for all the supporters to make this a huge success)                                                                                                                                                          The DeNise Scholarship Fund, applicants must be agriculturally oriented.                          Susan W. Freestone Education Award,  $1,000 grant                                                The New York State Grange Cornell Fund,  farm-reared students                             The New York State Grange Student Loan, Grange members                                June Gill Nursing Scholarship, Grange members to enter the nursing profession              Caroline Kark Award, career working with the deaf                                                  Application deadline is April 15.            http://nysgrange.org/education-opportunities/


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