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Amazing display at Fredonia Grange #1, NY, to explain the Grange to their community at their 150th birthday celebration. Fredonia was organized by Oliver Hudson Kelley on April 16. 1868.
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Elizabeth Rosenberg-Aanenson Hiner
· November 22, 2017
As the senior fellow this year I had a wonderful learning experience. I got to meet three remarkable people who made up the fellows class this year. I also got to mingle with people I met last year i...n passing and was able to get more out of the session this time. I hope to see you all again in Stowe, VT. as I would love to be part of this program again. I will be in touch through out the year as I collect articles for out "Good Day" magazine. See More
Gene Zvarick
· April 4, 2018
The National Grange offered superb support to the stage and subordinate Grange with leadership conferences, the information on the website, and with o social media support. The national officers and s...taff are always willing to assist where necessary and help all members to feel involved at the national level. See More
Daniel Stromgren
· December 8, 2017
Giving an award to Senator Susan Collins after she has repeatedly refused to even talk with her constituents here in RURAL Maine has taken any credibility you had. She represents her donors and that's... it. Shame. See More
Philip Vonada
· January 14, 2018
Proud to represent this great organization every day! Fighting to better the country through service, starting at the grassroots level.
Samantha Wilkins
· March 13, 2018
Such an amazing organization which provides great opportunities for the entire family! I'm blessed to be apart of something so wonderful!
Kelly Equality Fernald
· December 19, 2017
Take back the award you gave Susan Collins. She’s not on our side.
John Hamilton
· November 12, 2017
Had great time in Spokane! Grangers are family with Heart! Looking forward to seeing everyone again.
Mike Warner
· July 6, 2015
National Grange - "The Grange" is a nation wide organization. Many people ask me "What is the Grange?". I say it is a community organization that is all inclusive. If you have a GRANGE in your local a...rea, chances are they are trying their best to meet the needs of your local community. That is not "rocket science". Whether it be local farmers, causes with a cause either rural or urban/city dwellers, Granges and Grangers have stood strong since 1867 with a many famous accomplishment. You know right? Granger Laws (a bit from your/my History lesson). Rural free delivery, the establishment of 4-H? This is truly a one of a kind organization. I urge anyone reading this to join! See More
Barbara Hanna Narvel
· November 25, 2013
The National Grange is more than just an organization. It's a family. Our roots are related to agriculture but you don't have to be a farmer to be a Grange member. We're concerned
about the safety of... our food and we also do community service projects. See More
Bruce Broderick
· March 13, 2016
National Granges handling of the California Crisis has been borderline absurd. California was undergoing a renaissance under a good progressive master duly elected by the majority of California Grange...rs. The ousted good old boy network couldn't stand it. Over 2million dollars later of Grange member dues in court cases paying attorneys, National still won't admit any wrong doing and still instigates new law suits in California trying to force California Grangers to follow an appointee rather than the elected Master. What a mess. Unprofessional at best. Imagine what could have been done in five years is the renaissance had been allowed to flourish? See More
Christopher Szkutak
April 29, 2013
I joined the Grange 2 days before my 14th birthday and have never regretted that decision. Besides the multitude of friends I have made through out the country, I have grown as a person. I stay in the... Grange because of my ability to have my voice heard. As an individual I have so much power to affect the direction of my local Grange and in turn the State and National organization. The Grange offers a great combination of community service, legislative action, and family. See More
Joe Stefenoni
· October 21, 2015
The National Grange is the best family organization in the country! Find your local Grange today!
Patrick A. Lindner
· September 12, 2014
My father-in-law is a member of the Grange in the Adrain, Mi. area and I hear how the Farmer thru The Grange stand together in order to obtain a fair price for their crops! And that is a good thing!
Carol Swanson
· April 29, 2013
I am so proud of the National Grange for its efforts at change to meet the needs of our country today!
Steven Haycock
· April 21, 2016
America's Best Keep Secret for almost 150 Years!
Larry Auburn
· May 16, 2016
My expectation of a small town GRANGE with very few farmers farming Would BE COMMUNITY FOOD GARDENING IN SHARED PUBLIC PLACES
John Stanley
January 2, 2013
Back later.. I cant stand the grange. I hope you consider being open to a gay young man that doesnt' buy the Granges BS!
Sharon Strebbing
· March 17, 2014
Very good organization
David Nickerson
· November 26, 2013
Great time at National!
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"I have thought about this new tagline since it was introduced at last year’s National Grange session in Spokane. To me, there is no one way to describe what “That is the Grange Way” means because it means so much to me on so many levels.
"I harken back to when I started in the Grange and my Junior Grange leaders Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Carll showed patience and determination to teach us early the Grange Way in not only ritual how to speak in public. But also the importanc...e of helping our communities and why that was and is important. When asked why do we do this we were told “That is the Grange Way” if someone needs help you just help them. Not ask why or pass judgment but to help those who need it is just what we do not for the accolades but because it needs to be done.
"When I joined the 'big' Grange I was given opportunities not only to learn from the “older” members how to be a leader but to be a leader. I was given encouragement when needed but also talked to when necessary when a lesson in how to be a Granger was needed because 'That is the Grange Way.' Supportive but firm, funny but serious, teaching but willing to learn and it did not matter if it was Fenwick, Elmer, Salem, Mannington or Friesburg Granges as these were the Granges in my Pomona it was always the same. Now we might not agree on everything but I was taught as Granger that we can argue with the best of them but when the gavel falls we are still friends because 'That is the Grange Way.'
"When I became State Master in NJ and was later given the honor of being elected to National Grange Offices, no matter where I went in the country every Granger and Grange I went to was opening, friendly and I felt like I had been a member there for years. “That is the Grange Way” we know no strangers and after a few minutes over cake, pie and ice cream (That IS the Grange Way), I knew I had more friends across this country.
"One of the biggest lessons I have learned as National Grange Community Service Director is how much Granges do in their communities. They do such an amazing job giving back with such a mind-boggling variety of programs/projects that there is not space enough here to list them all. When I was speaking to different non-Grangers at the Gala last year and of course bragged about all you do they were taken aback at the scope and wondered why they had not heard of all that is done. I explained to them “That is the Grange Way” it is who we are as people and an Organization. That it goes back to Grangers living our core value of Faith, Hope, Charity and Fidelity.
'That is the Grange Way.'"
Pete Pompper, National Grange Community Service Director

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