Grange Month Observed in April

Article written by Linda Moody, The Daily Advocate DARKE COUNTY — April has been designated as Grange Month, with Greenville Mayor Michael Bowers recently signing the proclamation. The Grange organization, according to the proclamation has served as a beacon of citizenship and civility since its founding in 1867 and social interaction and “educational efforts are the keystones that have allowed great achievements in non-partisan...
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Third Graders Receive Dictionaries: Generous Gifts from Bayneville Grange #1810

Article written by Belinda Larsen, The Butler County Times-Gazette Bayneville Grange #1810 distributed dictionaries to local third grade students recently. The group purchases the dictionaries through The Dictionary Project, a non-profit charitable organization which provides dictionaries to students to keep to use as their own personal reference books. The project believes a dictionary is an essential tool for a quality education and that a...
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Members of the Oakview Grange #311 Promote Education

On November 4, much to the delight of Jefferson-Lincoln Elementary 108 third graders, Oakview Grange members Joyce Kludt and Alice Coakley presented each student with their very own dictionary. This marks the fourteenth year that Oakview Grange has provided dictionaries to Jefferson-Lincoln third graders. The goal of the Dictionary Project is to assist all students in becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers, and...
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Day Four of the National Grange Convention

Letter from National Grange President, Edward Luttrell: The business of the National Grange continues today and more of our Brothers and Sisters from around the country are arriving. It’s a great time to be a Granger. During session, in committees and at other events we see a level of passion for our organization that is humbling and awe-inspiring, and we can be happy to...
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