Author: Deborah Wiig

Please help our Sister Grange, the Morgan Hill Grange!

This historic building is in danger. Please help save the Morgan Hill Grange. Because of COVID, it is in financial trouble due to the inability to rent out the venue. The Grange has been very friendly to the bluegrass community

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Movie Night at the Grange!

Lost In the Middle movie at the Grange Backyard! May 15, 8pm A group of friends in their 40s come together the year after helping a friend die with dignity. They didn’t do a great job at it, sure, but

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Stop Asian Hate

Grangers are talking about… SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice), Bay Area chapter The recent murders in Atlanta and attacks in Oakland and San Francisco have brought to national attention to what, unfortunately, is not news to many: bigotry, misogyny,

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2021 Home Gardener Produce Exchange/Donation at the Grange

Join us again for our local project to redistribute homegrown produce and eliminate food waste!   Trade surplus items from your garden for something you don’t have. Share produce you have gleaned (with permission) from a neighbor’s yard. Share or

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Grangers collected lots of food for The Redwood Empire Food Bank

Grangers and friends gave generously at the Grange Hall on Saturday, Dec. 6! Grange Secretary Carol Henderson delivered 20 boxes and bags stuffed with groceries along with a check for $75. Pictured are Mary Helen Franze, Carol Henderson, and Dot

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Thanks to all who contributed to the Food Drive at the Grange in January!

“Thank you to everyone who supported the Sebastopol Grange Drive-Thru Food Drive this past Monday. Your help and generosity helped to make it a huge success! 958 items were donated at a value of $3,278.25 plus $235 in cash for a

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Here’s what some Grangers are up to in 2020!

Petaluma’s Biotic Brands navigates COVID-19 challenges while giving back to Sonoma County Granger Victoria Johnston’s family is finding ways to give back through their company Biotic Brands, which makes healthy Kvass beverages. For every Biotic bottle bought locally at Oliver’s

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Grangers collect food for The Redwood Empire Food Bank

Grangers and friends collected lot of food at the Grange Hall on Saturday, Dec. 6! Grange Secretary Carol Henderson delivered 20 boxes and bags stuffed with groceries along with a check for $75. Pictured are Mary Helen Franze, Carol Henderson,

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Sebastopol Grange on the radio!

Sebastopol Grange President Laura Shafer talked about the Grange on the anniversary of the organization’s founding in 1867 on KOWS community radio on December 4th. She was interviewed by Arnold Levine on his show, Tommy’s Holiday Camp. You can listen

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Home Gardener Produce Exchange/Donation returns

  What:  Join us again for our local project to redistribute homegrown produce and eliminate food waste.  It is an opportunity to trade surplus items from your garden for something you don’t have.  You may also bring produce that you

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