Oct 302020
 

This monthly newsletter written by Burton Eller, National Grange Legislative Director, covers “what’s happening” in Washington on a wide variety of topics of interest to Grangers.

National Grange View from the Hill
Oct 052020
 

This monthly newsletter written by Burton Eller, National Grange Legislative Director, covers “what’s happening” in Washington on a wide variety of topics of interest to Grangers.

National Grange View from the Hill
Sep 242020
 
Walter Boomsma

By Walter Boomsma  (webmasteratmainestategrangedotorg)  
207 343-1842
Communications Director

Thanks for participating in the recent poll… and a special thanks to those who emailed their thoughts. Forgive me for not answering each of you individually.

This was not a particularly scientific or statistically accurate poll, but it looks like about 60% felt posting the Patron’s Chain was unnecessary, particularly because of the fact it’s readily available by subscription and on the National Grange Website. About 30% thought we should continue to post it in some form, and about 10% were undecided or didn’t care.

One suggestion that made some sense was that we simply publish the link to the National Grange Site and let people follow it from there. I’m going to take a look at doing some version of that… perhaps by posting a couple of headlines or a table of contents from the current issue when released. I’ll give that a try in the very near future… let me know what you think!

I’m excited about some of the other forthcoming changes to the website as I continue to strive to be a good steward of your important resource. Your ideas, comments, and support are genuinely appreciated!

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Sep 122020
 

Webmasters note: MSG Community Service Director Chris Corliss requested we post this letter she received from Peter Pompper, National Grange Community Service Director. For additional information and the form mentioned, contact Chris or Peter!

Greetings State Grange Directors,

As the National Grange Community Service Director I am proud of the work so many Grangers have done in their communities during the COVID 19 crisis. Granges and Grangers have stepped up to the plate and have done some amazing things. Grangers throughout the country have made thousands of facemasks which have been and still are being distributed in their communities. Granges have started or supplied food giveaways or supplied meals for those on the front lines. These are only a few of the community service projects that have been done.

On the National Grange level, we would like to gather information on what you or your Grange has done during this crisis Our National President, Legislative Director and Communications Director can use this information when they meet with other leaders of National Organizations, Legislators or for press releases. I realize Grangers do not like to brag about what we do but now is the time. I have prepared a form that you can use to report what your Grange has done. I strongly encourage Grange members to let me know what you/they have done to help in their communities. If you as a State Director know of individual Grangers who have gone above and beyond please share this with them or fill it out and send it to me. I ask that if possible you distribute this with your respective Pomona and Subordinate counterparts.

The form is on the NG website, will be distributed to the Granges or you can contact me directly and I will make sure you get one. The form can be completed and returned to me as soon as possible. They can also be completed as you finish a project that is planned for the future.

Mail to: 1608 Culbertson Ave Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 phone ? 609 820 6239
Email: communityserviceatnationalgrangedotorg  (communityserviceatnationalgrangedotorg)  

Fraternally,

Pete Pompper
National Grange Community Service Director

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