Harvest Festival – October 13th

Marys River grange will be hosting an old time Harvest Festival at the Hall.

Crafted items, activities, musical entertainment, food and a bake sale to benefit the Philomath Gleaners. Come on out, have a good time and support your local community!

Marys River Messenger debuts!

The first issue of the Marys River Messenger has been published and mailed to members. It can also be picked up at the City of Philomath and Out West Farm and Ranch and we hope to expand to a wider distribution.

We plan to produce the Messenger every two months. If you have events, stories or ads you would like included, please see the contact information inside the Messenger.

We hope the Messenger promotes our Grange, Grange events and member businesses to the public, informs our members and contributes to the Philomath community.

You can also view the Messenger online here.

What an Amazing Day

Marys River Grange took a huge step forward in replacing it’s aging and leaking roof yesterday.

Fifteen Grangers welcomed around 200 visitors to the Grange Hall. Rummage items were sold, a new member was gained, pies were auctioned, a cord of firewood was given to the person who guessed it held 600 pieces (612 was the correct number), raffle tickets for both Marys River and Summit Star Quilters were sold, vegetables were sold, stories were told, old friends were met and new ones made.  We picked the perfect name for the day.

So Much Pie Goodness

The support from the community was a joy to experience. But the most touching moments of the day were hearing the stories from people in the area about the Grange  and our Hall and how it impacted their lives.

Our motto for our fund raising project has been “It takes a community to raise a roof”, and that was so evident yesterday. We are thankful and proud of everyone who has supported us, donated to us, our members and friends who contributed to making this a success, those who publicized it and spread the word and those who came out and visited us yesterday, talked with us and supported us with your purchases.  We raised a little over $4000 in six hours, and that is such a tremendous help.

In search of buried treasure

We could not do this alone, and your support inspires us to better serve our community.

Manning the envelope raffle

For kids of ALL ages

And the winner is…