Manor Grange Hall

Manor Grange business meetings are the 1st Wed of each month 6 pm potluck 7 pm meeting

What is Manor Grange?

Manor Grange is a fraternal, non profit organization.  We are open to the public for membership.  Contact us today to find out more information.

We meet on the First Wednesday of Each month, there is a potluck at
6 pm and the general meeting begins at 7 pm join us at our meeting to find out all the fun stuff we have planned in the upcoming months.

“The Grange provides opportunities for individuals and families to develop to their highest potential in order to build stronger communities and states, as well as a stronger nation.”

The Grange, officially referred to as The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, is a fraternal organization in the United States which encourages families to band  together to promote the economic and political well-being of the community and agriculture. The Grange, founded after the Civil War in 1867, is the oldest American agricultural advocacy group with a national scope.

In 2005, the Grange had a membership of 160,000, with organizations in 2,100  communities in 36 states. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C., in a building built by the  organization in 1960. Many rural communities in the United States still have a  Grange Hall and local Granges still serve as a center of rural life for many farming communities.

As of 2013 the Grange continues to  press for the causes of farmers, including issues of free trade and farm policy.  In the 2006 Journal of Proceedings,  it is said that the mission and how it works towards achieving it through fellowship, service, and legislation:

“The Grange provides opportunities for individuals and families to develop to their highest potential in order to build stronger  communities and states, as well as a stronger nation.”

As a non-partisan organization, the Grange supports only policies, never political parties or candidates. Although the Grange was originally founded to serve the interests of farmers, because of the shrinking farm population the Grange has begun to broaden its range to include a wide variety of issues and has opened it membership so that everyone is welcome to join the Grange today.