National Grange President Ed Luttrell to hold Organizational Meeting April 26

National Grange President Ed Luttrell will be a the Zion Oak Grange Hall,
Springdale, at 7 p.m. Friday, April 26 to hold an organizational meeting.
Luttrell will answer questions about the fraternal advocacy organization
and seek interested individuals to help reorganize the Grange.
“The Grange has been present in the Springdale community for 50 years and
it’s time to revitalize the Grange and work toward supporting the
community,” National Grange Membership/Leadership Director Michael Martin
said. “The Zion Oak community has many new residents and the Grange can be
a focal point to bring people together who work toward the betterment of
the community and to support agricultural and rural lifestyle.”
For more information on the Grange, visit or contact
Springdale resident Jan Judy at (479) 466-8184.

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