April was Grange Month, and again we had fantastic honorees. From left to right in the above photo: Dave Langton was named Firefighter of the Year; Detective Mark Hudson received Police Officer of the Year honors; April Peterson was named Teacher of the Year honors; and Ceres Michele Gumm was named Granger of the Year. Not pictured due to a community service conflict were our very deserving Community Citizens of the Year, Enrique Contreras and Ana Paz, owners of El Gallo Giro.
April was Grange Month, and this year our honorees were certainly deserving. From left to right in the above photo: Tim and Belinda Gordon were named Community Citizens of the Year; Jessica Tookey received Teacher of the Year honors; Lecturer Briana Buban-Vonder Haar was named Granger of the Year; and Firefighter of the Year went to Paul Schepper. Not pictured but equally deserving was our Police Officer of the Year, Detective Phil Stoffle.
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The Grange is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based in more than 2,100 hometowns across America. We have nearly 150 years of history, a spirit of grassroots advocacy, and a fraternal spirit that we’re happy to share with you.
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 .
We’d love to tell you about the exciting opportunities the Grange offers. Stop by a meeting anytime. They’re always open to the public. If you’d prefer to support rural America and agriculture on your own time, you can look into E-Membership. E-Members enjoy the same benefits as community Grange members and have all materials delivered to their inbox. American Values. Hometown Roots.