Hamburg Grange had another great meeting last night. Thank you to Geigertown Grange who visited and Courtney Love for presenting a great program. Our next meeting is September 14 and we will be learning all about the Kelley Farm Experience. We will also be having our photo contest. Members-bring pictures for judging…and if you come as a guest, you may be asked to judge!!!
Another great Hamburg Grange Meeting is coming up. June 15th at 5PM. Our program will be Ashley Mohn, PA State Youth Ambassador. We will also be having our judging for the Family Activities’ Baking Contests. Wanna try some peanut butter fudge, chocolate chip cookie bars, or peach pie? Come join us and you will likely be asked to be a judge.
We were very excited to have Lenny Heim, State Steward and his wife Joanne, Region H Family Activities at our meeting tonight. We learned about all the changes in the Family Activities Contests and our State Master’s legislative priorities for the year! Thank you!
We held our All You Can Eat Pot Pie Supper on February 16th. It was a great success and we served about 350 people! A portion of our proceeds will go to the One Wish Foundation. The One Wish Foundation provides children with life-altering medical or social conditions the opportunity to experience a once in a lifetime outdoor adventure.
Please visit their website to find out more or to donate to this worthy cause!
Our next Pot Pie Supper will be November 16th from 4-7PM. Mark the date in your calendars!
Second Saturday at 5:00 PM
Fourth Thursday at 7:00 PM
Meeting Place: Hamburg Municipal Center, 61 North 3rd Street, Hamburg, PA 19526
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