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Taghhannuck Grange

TAGHHANNUCK GRANGE #100

4 DUNBAR ROAD

SHARON, CT 06069

Meetings: Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, except November and December meetings will be held on the second and third Thursdays. Taghhannuck Grange Hall, 4 Dunbar Road, in the Ellsworth section of Sharon. Meeting time is 7:30 PM for October through March, and 8:00 PM for April through September. Please note that only one meeting is held November through February on the second Thursdays only with snow dates the following Thursday.

Membership: 75   Elections Held: Every Two Years

Organized: March 19, 1889

Taghhannuck Grange Officers

 

Master- Barbara Prindle

(860) 364-5373

Overseer-Harvey Hayden

Lecturer-Carol Knutson

Steward-Christopher Hopkins

Ass’t Steward-Andrew Olson

Lady Ass’t Steward- Ruth Schnell

Chaplain-Debra Tyler

Treasurer-Brent Prindle

Secretary-Margaret Hopkins

Gatekeeper-John Morgan

Ceres-Barbara Bartram

Pomona-Tamara Johnson

Flora-Mildred Massey

 

Taghhannuck Grange #100 is a Subordinate Grange/ "Local" Grange. This unit of the organization is built around the community. Men, women and youth are admitted on equal terms. Those who are a minimum of 14 years of age are eligible for full membership. Each member has one vote. The local Grange elects its own officers and controls its own affairs in community matters. It confers the first four ritualistic Degrees. Although regular business Grange meetings are for members only, the educational and literary programs are frequently open to the public, as are the numerous community activities the local Granges provide. All Grange activities are for the purpose of developing leadership, improving community life, and expanding opportunities for all people.

Link to Connecticut State Grange: http://www.ctstategrange.org/home.asp

Last Updated (Thursday, 12 November 2015 08:51)

 
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