Month: January 2019

Recognized Grange Community Halls in The United States of America

Grange communities have been slowly dying over the last few decades. In recent time, many people are too busy with daily activities to be involved in community events, and grange communities lack innovative ideas on events that they can conduct. As a result, people of today’s era and children are not aware of how the…


Unique Grange Activities to Conduct During Winter Months

Winters are not the best time for most people to be involved in anything to do with going outside. People are usually grumpy, and the weather adds to their mood. Communities usually don’t host as many events during winter months because they don’t think that people would be interested in attending. However, communities can still…


Famous Grange Members

From beloved presidents to seminal artists and illustrators or bonafide modern day rock stars – plenty of famous figures from all walks of life have belonged to The Grange Society at some point in their lives. The Grange offers a sense of rural and pastoral fraternity, that can often be lost when people become famous…


8 Unique Summer Grange Activities to Increase Community Involvement

Summers are one of the best times of the year to squeeze in as many grange and community activities as possible. The time when kids are on school holidays is also an opportunity to get the young ones to involve in the community activities and thereby, their parents involved as well. Most of the granges…


Benefits to Becoming a National Grange Member

The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry is a United States’ fraternal organization. This organization encourages families to come together to promote the economic and political welfare of the community and agriculture. Founded in 1867, the Grange, has thousands of members and is headquartered in Washington, D.C….