Red Cross Blood Drive

Mountain Grange No. 567 is hosting a Blood Drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross.

When: Saturday, June 8, 2013

Where: Kingston Township Municipal Building Lower Level

Time: 9 a.m. to 2 p. m.

Refreshments will be provided by the American Red Cross and Mountain Grange No. 567. Mountain Grange is pleased to be of service to the community


TOGETHERNESS – The Grange is a place for the entire family. Meetings and activities are open to all ages. The Grange has always met together in a family atmosphere where everyone is equal.
ROLE MODELS – Grange members are good citizens with a great moral center. These are the type of people that children can look up to as role models.
INTERESTS – The Grange offers many different ways to involve and interest members and allow families to come together in times of service, community, engagement, fellowship, learning and entertainment.


A FLAG RETIREMENT BOX has been placed in the hallway by the Social Hall doors at St Paul’s Lutheran Church, 474 Yalick Road, Dallas, PA. This is a part of a service project being done by Tyler McGuire of troop #444. The worn flags collected will be respectfully retired at a ceremony to be held in the spring. 570-675-3859 (church) email [email protected]

SMARxT Disposal

Kingston Twp Police Chief Ziegler will collect on Sat., April 27th from 10 am to 2 pm at the Kingston Twp Municipal Building, 180 East Center Street, Shavertown, PA
SMARxT Disposal – Home Page

Saturday, April 4th, Work Day

Today was a work day for Mountain Grange No. 567. We spent some time sprucing up the property and cutting weeds. We had a better turn out than expected and we accomplished more than I thought we could do. Taffy brought her sons, Steve and Bob. Chris brought her son, Mike. Carol’s son, Tim, showed up for part of the time. Phyllis brought donuts from Goin Donuts! I was able to visit with the new neighbors and got permission to cut the tall hedge between our properties. Its the first time we were together like a family since our reorganization.


The Pennsylvania State Grange encourages youth all across the Commonwealth to become skilled, proficient, and compassionate leaders by learning through experience. Grange Youth programs empower members by developing leadership skills such as public speaking and participating in meetings as voting members.

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