|APRIL 8, 2012 --
April has been declared Grange Month by National Grange President Ed Luttrell, with the 2012 theme: American Values, Hometown Roots. The celebration will continue throughout the month as Community Granges throughout the state will be opening their doors to the public for family-oriented events focused on the contributions of the Grange in their communities. Be sure to check out the complete Calendar of Events on the Connecticut State Grange website.
The Connecticut State Grange will host a number of events:
Join the conversation on Wednesday, April 11th, as the Connecticut State Grange will be hosting an online chat beginning at 7:00 PM. Go to www.CTStateGrange.org/GrangeChat and log on. Guests can sign-in using their real names or anonymously.
Bowl your best game and support the teams at the “Bowl Across America” Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser sponsored by the Connecticut State Grange Youth and Junior Committees - April 21st, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, at AMF Lanes, 748 Silver Lane, East Hartford. The cost is $10.00 per person which includes two games and shoe rental.
The Social Connection Committee has planned a State-wide Charitable Tag Sale Event for April 28th. Five Pomona Granges will be each hosting a Tag Sale from 9 AM - 2 PM, and the proceeds will be going to the American Liver Foundation.
The Connecticut State Grange welcomes National Grange President Ed Luttrell back to our state for a town hall style meeting on April 30th at Good Will Grange Hall, 43 Naubuc Avenue, Glastonbury, beginning at 7:30 PM.
Be sure to take photos of the meetings and events at your Grange, and submit them to the Public Relations committee for inclusion on the Connecticut State Grange website and in our Social Media offerings.