For the past 15 years the group has contributed money to purchase dictionaries. Several of the volunteer gather at [my home] to label and distribute the books each year. If we don’t get the books out early in the fall, we receive calls from teachers asking if we are still doing this project, as they really appreciate the books and look forward to receiving... Read More
This year marks the 148th Annual Convention of the National Grange! Members from the Midwest Region states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin are gathering together this week to promote the the betterment of their communities and celebrate the accomplishments of Granges and Grange members. “From community service initiatives to grassroots legislative action, Grange members believe that what they do to... Read More
Our goal here at The Dictionary Project is to assist all students in completing the school year as better writers, active readers, and creative thinkers by providing them with their very own personal dictionary. This goal could not be accomplished without the hard work of organizations like the Grange. The Grange is a family fraternal organization that was organized in 1867 after the Civil... Read More
Hayfield Grange, along with the following organizations – Cambridge Spring Kiwanis Club, Covenant Lodge #473, John Hotchkiss’ Barber Shop, Saegertown Women’s Improvement Club, Spa Dental Center, Dr. Marie Crocker, State Farm Insurance Company Agent Gene Schlosser, Townville Lions Club and the Townville Pierian Club – have donated funds to purchase dictionaries for each third grade students in the Penncrest School District. Volunteers from Lodge... Read More
The Dictionary Project is a nonprofit organization with a goal to assist all students in completing the school year as good writers, active readers, and creative thinkers by providing students with th
I believe we have been doing this project for 10 years and given out more than 1000 dictionaries. Kids see me at the store and recognize me as the Dictionary Lady!. I love the way the ordering process went! It has improved for sure.