GRANGE HALL ADDRESS:
37493 Grange Hall Road, Corbett OR 97019 [ Select here for a map! ]
GRANGE HALL RENTAL
Please contact the grange at – 503.695.6674
GRANGE HALL OFFICERS
Master: Brad McCarty
Overseer: Jeri Yoder
Treasurer: Zee Marsh
Secretary: John Ekberg
Secretary: Carol Rice
COLUMBIA GRANGE EVENTS
• Regular Grange Meetings: Monthly, 2nd Tuesday at 7 pm
• Spring Arts & Crafts Fair
• Summer Flea Market
• Fall Arts & Crafts Fair
• Helping Hands Food Distribution Program: Mondays & Thursdays, 2–6 pm
• Seniors Lunch: Mondays, 11am – 1 pm
HOW YOU CAN HELP
• Become a member
Membership is $40.00 per person for the first year and $30.00 per person thereafter. Family memberships are also available. Check back for a pdf membership form. • Connect with your neighbors. • Join community service projects. • Assist individuals & families in need. • Celebrate the rural lifestyle.
• Become a Volunteer or Officer!
Assistance is welcome in the following areas: Helping Hands Food Program, Grange renovations, and creation of Welcome Baskets. If you would like to become a Volunteer, please contact the Columbia Grange at 503-695-6674.
The Grange is a 501(c)(8) non-profit organization. Your monetary donation is tax deductible. • Other Donations
Fresh Farm/Garden Produce, Equipment and other donations are welcome. If you would like to donate, please call the Columbia Grange at 503-695-6674. ———————————————————————————————————————–
ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF OUR GRANGE
• Student Scholarships: Corbett High School, Gales Creek Camp for Diabetic Children. • Food distribution program. ( Helping Hands ) • Seniors’ lunch. ( Helping Hands ) • Meeting Hall (On a rental basis). • Community-wide events’ sponsor.
Select here to find out about the Helping Hands Food Salvage program.
Supports local Granges and links them to the National Grange.
• Established in 1867 to empower, educate and lobby for family farms; nation’s oldest national agricultural organization. • School lunch and milk programs. • Free rural mail delivery. • U.S. Parcel Post creation. • Facilitated delivery of rural electric and phone utilities. • Championed Social Security for farmers and other self-employed. • Prompted creation of Interstate Commerce Commission.