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Grays River Grange has been serving western Wahkiakum County since 1902. We meet every 2nd & 4th Tuesday at 7:30. A meal is served at 6:45. We are 11 S. Hull Creek Rd. in Grays River right on SR 4. Come by and see us!!!


SR 4 is closed both directions from milepost 13.8 near Seal River Road to milepost 12.9 near Raistakka Road, due to water over the roadway, beginning at 5:33 am on January 7, 2022 until further notice.

LAST UPDATED 11:00am January8

High Water!

Free Goats to Good Home

I need your help to rehome four female retired pet creamery goats located in Rosburg. Possibly someone who already has goats and would like to add a few more? They require a shelter and fenced area to graze. They are fed cattle feed and hay daily. They need fresh water daily. After five years, I can not continue to take care of these goats by myself. Currently a neighbor boy feeds them daily. You are welcome to come visit the sweet goats, just let me know.


SR 401 Closed

WSDOT ALERT NEW: SR 401 – is CLOSED between the Astoria-Megler Bridge (milepost 0.0) and Knappton Road (milepost 9.0) due to debris covering the roadway

DATE/TIME: Oct. 27, 2021 – 2:35 p.m. LOCATION: SR 401 – between the Astoria-Megler Bridge (milepost 0.0) and Knappton Road (milepost 9.0) is CLOSED in both directions – Pacific County

DESCRIPTION: State Route 401, between the Astoria-Megler Bridge (milepost 0.0) and Knappton Road (milepost 9.0) is CLOSED both directions due to a debris slide covering the roadway. Geotechnical crews are on scene working to assess the situation. There is no ETA for reopening the roadway at this time. Travelers who need access on either side of the closure on SR 401 can detour using SR 4 and US 101.

START: Oct. 27, 2021 – 11:30 a.m.
END: Unknown CONTACT: Celeste Dimichina, WSDOT communications, 360-905-2057

Work Party at Ahlberg Park

Grangers chip after a large section of an elm tree collapsed at Ahlberg Park. The park is owned and operated by Grays River Grange. It is located next to the only covered bridge in Washington State.

Chipping elm branches
Krist and Rodney chip elm
Diane will use chips for her fruit trees.