Mother’s Day Flower Sale Saturday!


Photo: CC Serres Fortier


We are selling flower baskets in front of the Lion’s Meeting House this Sat; from10-2 (AKA Marcola Roadhouse parking lot) to benefit our beloved Grange.

Big, gorgeous baskets, overflowing with blooms!
Begonias, geraniums,impatients,and mixed baskets
Ice cold lemonade & cookies also for sale!

It’s that time again – Open House!

Yee Haw! Grange Open House April 18th from 3 to 8

It’s a Potluck (so bring something yummy if you can) and you know what that means.You’ll find the best food around right here!
But wait there’s more!
  • Live music – Tony Farque & friends & the Parsons Creek Posse band
  • Raffle (BJ’s gift cert with set of 4 pilsner glasses; Valley River Inn, weekend stay; Regal movie tickets; Jimmy’s tire rotation and oil channge; and a  picnic lunch are just some of the cool prizes!)
  • Memorial to Charlotte Higgins-Lee
Lots of friends, fun and dancing & of course that wonderful  grange food.

2014 Scholarship Application

Grads_2014The Mohawk Valley Community Grange is pleased to again be able to offer a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving Valley student. Read more of this post

Nearby Grangers Highlighted on NPR

A recent – June 14, 2013 – National Public Radio broadcast talked about the Green Grange movement and the nearby Mary’s River Grange in Philomath, Oregon.

Listen or Read here:  GreenGrange

I know we’ve had some discussion in our Mohawk Grange about this, too, and I wondered whether anyone has any thoughts about how the idea of a ‘Green Grange’  ties into the original Grange movement, our local Marcola economy, and the National Grange.  Is it something that interests you, or do you think its a radical departure from the mission of the Grange?

If you’re interested, you can check out the website of the Mary’s River Grange and get to know them a bit here

I’d like to hear your comments…