News


2014 Grange Country Fair is Coming
June 27 & 28, 2014

The 2014 Grange Country Fair will take place in a new location; the Montgomery County Farm Agricultural Center in Creamery, PA Fair Days:  Friday, June 27, and Saturday, June 28


Master Gardeners to Speak at Grange Hall
“Going Green in Your Garden and in Your Life”
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Everyone enjoyed the presentation by a PSU Master Gardener at Grange Hall on April 15th. We learned a lot, including the importance of incorporating native plants into the landscape to help re-establish habitat for disappearing birds, bees, and other creatures under pressure from human development.

Don’t miss the Master Gardner Plant sale at the Montgomery County 4-H Center, 1015 Bridge Rd. (Rt. 113) in Collegeville, PA 19426 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM on May 17, 2014.


Red Cross Blood Drive at Grange Nets 30 Pints!Red Cross Logo

 

A big thank you goes out to everyone who came out to Grange Hall on March, 23 to donate blood. This was our second American Red Cross event and the time slots to give blood filled up very quickly. We wish to thank our Grange members who came out again to donate. Their ongoing will to help others is greatly appreciated.


Memorial Program with Rev. Martha Kriebel
Wed., May 21
Join us to remember our departed loved ones and friends.


2014 Grange Member Dues

It’s time for members of Keystone Grange No. 2 to send in their annual dues. Please send your payment to Norm Hunsberger, Grange Financial Secretary: 193 Park Avenue, Collegeville, PA 19426. Annual dues are $40 for adults.

 

New Grange Master and Officers Installed

This past September, Keystone Grange No. 2 was proud to announce the election of our new Grange Master, Kevin McGinnis, along with our many other officers. We wholeheartedly thank former Grange Master, Matthew Wismer for his 25 years of service! Matthew will continue to serve as Secretary.


Congratulations to Erin Wismer, 2013-14 Montgomery County Dairy PrincessErin Wismer Princess

We are very proud of Erin Wismer, a longtime member and officer of Keystone Grange No. 2, in her selection as the Montgomery County Dairy Princess!

As a Dairy Princess, Erin stays busy educating children and adults on the healthful benefits of milk and dairy products. As a member of a long-time dairy farming family with real-world experience, Erin is able to answer questions about the business and challenges of Pennsylvania’s dairy farmers in today’s economy.