The PA State Grange has new Royalty:
Junior Princess and Prince: Anna Benzio (Beaver Co) & Isaac Mengel (Berks Co)
Youth Ambassadors: Lindsay Schroeder and Noah Gesford (both from Berks Co)
Young Couple: Jennifer & Robert Beamon (Berks Co) View
sallysd - "Hi! I’m new at this. At present I’m LAS of my home Grange in S. Sangerville Maine #335
Also am Flora of Piscataquis Pomona #11 and on state CWA committee. In my spare time I work a full time factory job, have […]"View
Tracy Brooke - "anyone know when we can start creating our local grange websites on here? And if we can, how? I keep clicking on the grange websites tab at the top and it keeps bringing me here… HELP! And Happy Easter"View
The legislature convened for an emergency session to make decisions on one bill: a revision to federal rules on child support that a House committee rejected on the last day of the regular session.
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Join us on Monday,
May 18th at 8:00 pm
at the First Church of Christ, Congregational in Bedford, MA
From our Master’s blog post on the Bedford Patch Website:
One of the hardest things to do in life is to […]
My Buddypress Friends
russellvillepa91 - - "We had a successful Chicken BBQ last Saturday. Tomorrow night we will honor several members for their years of service to the Grange and recognize an oustanding community […]"View
chesterdelawarepa3 - - "We had a well-attended meeting this past Saturday. Enjoyed a program by Russellville Junior Grange, held elections of officers and contests, and approved two resolutions to be sent to State […]"View
bnp2 - - "Sharon Connecticut’s Taghhannuck Grange Rummage & Plant sale takes place on Saturday, June 16th at the Grange Hall which is between Sharon and Cornwall Bridge, off Route #4 behind Ellsworth Hill Farm. The sale will be held between the hours of 9am and 2pm.
The members of Taghhannuck Grange are thankful for all the generous people who have donated to our rummage sale each year. We are especially grateful for the donation of the vegetable and flower plants again this year. This is our biggest fund raiser for the year.
All the furniture, china, glassware, jewelry, toys, clothing and more will enable the Grange to continue with its Community Service Projects. This includes the Dictionary Project in the towns of Sharon, Cornwall and Warren with dictionaries being given to each 3rd grader in each town every year for the past seven years. New this year is planting and tending of a vegetable garden at Stonewall Farm in Cornwall with fresh veggies and flowers going to local food banks and pantries.
As you know if you have been to our sale the prices are very low and the Grange Hall is historic. If you have any questions you may call Barbara Prindle at 860 364 5373