The Gardner Farmer’s Market, sponsored by Gardner Grange & the City of Gardner, will start up again on May 24, 2018, 4 -7 p.m. Same location, next to the Grange Hall on the Johnson County Fairgrounds. Please come check it out!
Upcoming Meetings for 2015:
July 6 – Patriotism Program, Election of Delegates, Host-Men
August 3 – Clean up hall after fair, meet at Blazers at 6pm, clean-up after
September 7 – Gardner Museum Appreciation, Host-Dingus
October 5 – Speaker-Author Barbara Sweetwood, Host-All
November 2 – Thanksgiving Program, Host-All
December 7 – Christmas Party, Soup Supper, Host – All
Our next meeting will be June 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Grange Grange Building on the Fairgrounds. Pot-Luck supper, charter draped for Jim Kincaide, program by State Rep. Bill Sutton.
Our next meeting will be held on March 11 at the Grange Hall. We will have a pot-luck dinner starting at 6:30. The meeting will start around 7:15. The program will be on “Dr. Seuss”, and reading to children. The Barber’s are the hosts.
March 14, several of our members will venture up to Ozawkie to Pleasant View Grange, where we will give the exchange program.
March 16, Linda will be giving her hat program to Morning Grange.
Our next meeting will be held on February 11, 2013, at the Gardner Grange Hall on the Johnson County Fairgrounds. It starts at 6:30 with supper. We will be having our annual Groundhog Supper serving Pancakes, sausage, and gravy, plus other good things to eat!! We will have several visitors; the Girl Scout troop that meets in our hall will be making a presentation to us. We may have a few new members in attendance!! Please come.
The Kansas Grange Leadership Conference will be Saturday, Feb 9, 10 a.m. at Cadmus Grange Hall on 7 Hwy, south of Osawatomie. Guest speaker will be the National Grange Membership/Leadership Director Michael Martin from Pennsylvania. Hope everyone is able to attend.
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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 .
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