Sigh!!! Our new sign at the cemetery was spray painted likely Friday evening May 22. The person who did this was really mean, as Memorial Day Weekend is the busiest time of the year for visitors. If you have any information about who defaced the sign—please let us know?
Monthly Archives: May 2020
Masks Free to Community
Washable cotton face mask. Call 465-2268 or email (grange at wwest dot net)
Futurewise seeks board members.
Hello, my name is Ginger Wireman. I’m on the board of the statewide organization Futurewise. We are the group that brought the Growth Management Act to WA to prevent urban sprawl and protect farms and forests. In the last several years we’ve added affordable housing and transportation to our focus because they are directly related to sprawl, habitat loss, and climate concerns.
Futurewise is 30 years old and we are working to build a board that is both culturally and regionally diverse.
We have no representation from SW Washington. I spoke to the WSU Extension Chair in Clark Co. a while ago and he suggested reaching out to Granges.
I recieve the WSU Magazine and know your Grange Master Mr. Novoselic has done projects related to conservation and wonder if there are others who have a similar conservation bent in your group (recognizing he is probably already very busy)!
If you can think of anyone in your Grange or another in your region, please feel free to share this inquiry.
Thank you so much and stay safe!
Ginger Wireman 509-518-9377
Grays River Grange Cemetery
Family care and maintenance of grave sites is encouraged. This includes removal of real or artificial flowers. Do not use glass vases / ornaments. Items on grave sties may be removed in the course of mowing and maintenance.
Report any suspicious activity.
This non-profit cemetery is a project of Grays River Grange #124. We are a volunteer community group. Help Us Maintain this Beautiful, Serene Space with your financial support.
Checks can be mailed to:
Grays River Grange #124
PO Box 124
Grays River, WA
Email: grange -at- wwest.net