Grange Meeting, May 23rd, 6:30-8:00 pm

Hey everyone, we have a Grays River Grange meeting coming up on Tuesday, May 23rd at 6:30 PM.

All are welcome to join us as we gather and share in camaraderie and fellowship. When the work of the day has ended, we have an opportunity to be together, to discuss natural observances of the world around us, and issues of the day.

Visitors are always welcome, and we’d love to hear about what’s happening in your garden, community, on your farm, in your neighborhood, and anything else you’d like to bring to the table.

Being a part of the Washington State Grange is a wonderful thing. “The People’s Voice of Washington” is what they say at The Washington State Grange website, and it’s true. We really do have a voice.

Pomona Meeting and 5th Degree on Saturday, May 20th with Potluck Before the Meeting Starting at 1:00 PM. All Are Welcome to Attend.

Hey everyone,
You are all invited to join us at the Grays River Grange on Saturday, May 20th starting at 1:00 PM for the Pomona Meeting and 5th Degree.

We will start by gathering together for a potluck meal of deliciously amazing food, followed by the beautiful experience of the Pomona Meeting and 5th Degree.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

We will also be having a memorial service for all Grangers who have passed over the last year.

We’d love to see you there!

Event: Potluck – 1:00 PM followed by a Pomona meeting and the 5th Degree. There will also be a memorial service for Grangers who have passed over the last year.
Where: Grays River Grange, 11 S. Hull Creek Road, Grays River, WA 98621
When: Saturday, May 20, 2023 (1:00 PM – 4:00 PM)

Grange Meeting Tues. May 9th at 6:30 pm

Why we gather at the Grange.

We gather at the Grange to share a potluck meal of locally grown, high quality, fresh ingredients.

We gather to share about upcoming events like the Grays River Grange Farmers Market and The Wahkiakum County Fair.

We gather to make and share our plans for maintenance and upkeep of Meserve Park, Ahlberg Park, The Grays River Grange Cemetery, and the Grays River Grange.

We laugh, tell stories, we learn about a new garden center that has opened on Puget Island, and an upcoming workshop at Rosburg Hall about the Grays Bay shoreline presented by the Lower Columbia Estuary and Washington Sea Grant.

We welcome community members from near and far, old-timers, and newcomers, we’re glad you’re here.

The door is open and coffee is freshly brewed, so feel free to stop by at our next Grange meeting. We’d love to see you.

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Donations are always welcome. The Grange is an all volunteer organization, and your donations allow us to continue to serve the community. Thank you for your support.